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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi..aj wright // ajwright@uab.edu ... From: Julia Walsh [mailto:walshju@webster.edu] Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 5:41 PM To: H-SOUTH@H-NET.MSU.EDU Subject:
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      From: Julia Walsh [mailto:walshju@...]
      Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 5:41 PM
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      Subject: CFP: Southern Industrialization Project Annual Conference

      From: "Michael Gagnon" <mgagnon@...>
      Subject: CFP: Southern Industrialization Project Annual Conference
      Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 10:30:43 -0400

      Call For Papers: Southern Industrialization Project Annual Conference,
      Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, September 6, 2003.

      The Southern Industrialization Project (SIP) invites paper proposals on
      Southern Industrial Entrepreneurship to be presented at its annual meeting,
      which will be held at Vanderbilt University on September 6, 2003. Topics
      might include: Group or Individual Biographies of Entrepreneurs, Business
      Histories, Entrepreneurship and Southern Society, Politics and
      Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Southern Distinctiveness, Race and
      Entrepreneurship, Gender and Entrepreneurship, Comparative Analyses of
      styles of Entrepreneurship (regional, temporal, etc.), Entrepreneurship as
      an Engine of Change, Entrepreneurship as Maintainer of the Status Quo, or
      other similar topics that link Southern entrepreneurship to industry
      (loosely defined.) Selected papers will be considered for publication in a
      volume of essays on Entrepreneurship in the series _New Directions in the
      History of Southern Economy_, to be published by the University of
      Missouri Press under the sponsorship of the Southern Industrialization

      Organized in 1996, the Southern Industrial History Project (SIP) seeks to
      foster a greater understanding of the history and culture of
      industrialization in the American South. SIP primarily consists of a
      discussion list of more than 100 academic and public historians with
      research interests that encompass many industries, eras, and geographic
      locations. The list operated for seven years from a Georgia Tech listserv
      but is currently migrating to H-Net. Each year we meet to hear scholarly
      papers and to propose methods for promoting research in Southern industrial

      To apply, please send a single page CV and single page paper abstract to:

      Craig Pascoe
      Chair, SIP Program Committee
      Department of History & Geography
      Georgia College & State University
      CBX 047
      Milledgeville, Georgia 31061-0490

      Submission Deadline: June 1, 2003
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