CFP : The Environment of Southern Industrialization
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Subject: CFP : The Environment of Southern Industrialization
From: Gerard J Fitzgerald [mailto:gjf239@...]
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Subject: CFP: The Environment of Southern Industrialization
The Southern Industrialization Project (SIP) is seeking scholarly papers
for presentation at its workshop at the 75th Annual Meeting of the
Southern Historical Association in Louisville, Kentucky, November 5 - 8,
2009. The theme of this year's workshop is "The Environment of Southern
Industrialization." Proposals addressing issues related to the changing
nature of the southern environment as a function of industrialization
from the antebellum period to the twentieth century are welcome.
Suggested topics might include human response to the evolving southern
environment, resource allocation and exploration, slavery and the
environment, waste and garbage, the Nashville Agrarians, conservation,
New South environmentalism, regional environmental politics, disease and
industrial hygiene, scientific agriculture, pesticides, flood control,
and changing ecology of the Sunbelt.
Anyone working on these or related topics is encouraged to submit a 500
word abstract and one page cv by March 9, 2009, to Gerard J. Fitzgerald,
Chair of the Program Committee at gjf239@...
Gerard J. Fitzgerald, Ph.D.
Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health
New York University
Bruce E. Baker
Senior Lecturer in United States History
Royal Holloway, University of London
List Editor, H-SOUTH