Scholars of Latin American, African, World, or Transnational History are cordially invited to join the Southwestern Historical Association,in conjunction with the Southwestern Social Sciences Association, for our annual meeting in San Antonio, April 17-19th, 2014.
Faculty, independent scholars,public historians, and students may submit proposals for panels, papers or roundtable sessions in any area of history. Student members of Phi Alpha Theta (the National History Honor Society) may propose papers or entire panels for student-only sessions; students who are not members of the Phi Alpha Theta should submit papers for regular sessions.
Papers are eligible for the F. Bullitt Lowery Prize. Participants who wish to compete for the prize should notify the Area Coordinator when they submit. Participants may also submit for publication in the Chronicle of Historical
Panelists are asked to provide a CV of no more than two pages, a 250-word abstract, and appropriate contact information, including full name, e-mail address, and academic rank faculty, independent scholar, Ph.D. student, or M.A. Student). Please avoid all abbreviations. Requests for projection (AV) equipment are submitted online. Historians may also volunteer to serve as panel chairs or discussants via All Academic or contact relevant area studies coordinator to volunteer via email. Those who created a profile in All Academic for 2013 annual meeting should continue to use that account.
The deadline for receiving all proposals is November 15, 2013. Individuals submitting accepted proposals will be notified by email approximately four weeks after the submission deadline. Finished papers must be sent directly to chairs/discussants via e-mail by no later than 10-14 days prior to the conference.
Please refer to www.sssaonline.org for meeting details including accommodations,travel, and registration.
For information, please contact the Area Coordinator Latin
American/Transnational/Comparative History, Dr. Daniel Haworth; the SWHA President, Dr. Shelly Lemons or visit the SWHA's website at www.swhist.org.
Daniel S. Haworth
Department of History
University of Houston-Clear Lake
2700 Bay Area Blvd., Box 140
Houston, TX 77058-1098
(281) 283-3322 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.sssaonline.org
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