AEJMC National Conference
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
August 6-9, 2014
The History Division of the Association for Journalism and Mass Communications is seeking panel proposals for the 2014 AEJMC national conference in Montreal. The Division aims to offer a diverse program that represents the depth and breadth of our members’ research, teaching, and professional interests. Members are encouraged to submit proposals that take advantage of the conference’s location in Montreal. Panel proposals are due by September 30, 2013, and should include the following information:
• AEJMC group proposing the panel (History Division) and contact person for panel with email (this information should appear at the top of the proposal)
• Suggested co-sponsoring divisions. If you have already made a deal with another division or interest group to co-sponsor your panel, please indicate that in the proposal. If you haven’t made a deal, that’s fine. But please remember that the panel will be more attractive to other divisions/interest groups if you include members from their group or leave space for them on the panel.
• Title of panel
• Type of panel (Teaching, Research, or Professional Freedom & Responsibility*)
• Summary of session topic
• Names of speakers. Please try to get commitments from speakers before submitting the proposal whenever possible—and please indicate in the proposal whether the speakers are committed.
• Estimated cost, if any
Please send all proposals and inquiries to Kathy Roberts Forde, History Division Chair and Program Chair, at email@example.com.
*AEJMC has identified five areas of professional freedom and responsibility: free expression; ethics; media criticism and accountability; racial, gender, and cultural inclusiveness; and public service. If you are proposing a PF&R panel, please consider how your panel topic contributes to one of these areas.
Kathy Roberts Forde
Chair, AEJMC History Division
School of Journalism and Mass Communications
University of South Carolina
Phone: 803-777-3321 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://aejmc.us/history/
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