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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: History of Southern Industrialization [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-INDUSTRY@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Steven A. Reich Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 5:10
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      From: History of Southern Industrialization
      [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-INDUSTRY@...] On Behalf Of Steven A. Reich
      Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 5:10 AM
      Subject: CFP: Southern Industrialization Project Conference

      The Southern Industrialization Project (SIP) invites scholarly paper and
      session proposals for a conference at Kennesaw State University
      (suburban Atlanta), June 12-13, 2008. The conference's theme is "A
      Great Community of Labor and Production: The Synthesis of Southern
      Industrialization from the Antebellum Period to the 21st Century and

      The keynote speaker for the conference is Stanley L. Engerman, the John
      H. Munro Professor of Economics and Professor of History at the
      University of Rochester. He is coauthor, with Robert William Fogel, of
      Time on the Cross, winner of the Bancroft Prize in 1974. He is also
      coauthor, with Lance E. Davis, of Naval Blockades in Peace and War: An
      Economic History since 1750 and has written or coedited numerous works
      on slavery and American and British history.
      SIP is interested in receiving proposals on topics from all periods of
      Southern history including the more recent technologically advanced
      industries of the 21st century.

      Papers may address the following or related topics:

      1) Case studies that reflect a new synthesis of labor and
      industrialization in Southern economic history.

      2) The impact of industrialization on rural-urban dynamics in the
      Southern United States.

      3) The incorporation of new historiography into general descriptions of
      southern history.

      4) The interpretation of Southern industrialization in a public history

      5) In-migration and out-migration as a result of industrialization.

      6) The role of the military-industrial complex in the Southern economic

      7) Branch plants, such as in automobile manufacturing, in the American

      8) The role of state or local governmental agencies, or of
      non-governmental organizations, in attracting and keeping Southern

      9) Studies of new forms of industrialization for the South.

      10) The role of the transportation industry in changing the spatial
      patterns of the region.

      11) The role of Southern industrial entrepreneurship in shaping the
      South's economy.

      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 operates the
      H-Southern-Industry discussion list on H-Net, with more than 200
      academic and public historians with research interests that encompass
      many industries, eras, and geographic locations. SIP also sponsors a
      book series, "New Currents in the History of Southern Economy and
      Society," published by the University of Missouri Press. While we meet
      at the SHA as an affiliated organization each year to hear scholarly
      papers and to propose methods for promoting research in Southern
      industrial history, we also occasionally sponsor a stand alone
      conference such as this one.

      To apply, please send a single page CV and single page paper abstract to
      the address below.

      Submission Deadline is March 17, 2008

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


      478-445-3516 office

      478-445-4009 fax
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