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Fifth Southern Conference on Women's History

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  • Sandra Treadway
    ... FIFTH SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ON WOMEN S HISTORY June 15-17, 2000 Richmond, Virginia CALL FOR PAPERS The Southern Association for Women Historians invites
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 20, 1998
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      FIFTH SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ON WOMEN'S HISTORY

      June 15-17, 2000

      Richmond, Virginia

      CALL FOR PAPERS


      The Southern Association for Women Historians invites
      proposals for the Fifth Southern Conference on Women's
      History to be held June 15-17, 2000, at the University of
      Richmond and the Library of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia.
      The conference provides a stimulating and congenial forum
      for the discussion of all aspects of women's history. Its
      program seeks to reflect the diversity of women's experiences
      in the United States and elsewhere and to feature the history
      of women from a wide range of racial, class, and ethnic
      backgrounds.

      Additional information about the Fifth Southern
      Conference on Women's History will appear in the coming
      months on H-SAWH, the official Web site for the Southern
      Association of Women Historians. Please consult this site at
      www.h-net.msu.edu/~sawh/ for announcements and conference
      updates.

      The Program Committee solicits proposals for complete
      panels and individual papers, as well as media presentations
      and roundtables. Proposals from junior scholars and graduate
      students are especially welcome. Although the conference is
      regionally based, we also welcome proposals from scholars
      outside the South.

      Proposals for panels or individual papers should consist
      of two copies each of a one-to-two-page panel or paper
      proposal and a brief curriculum vita for each participant.
      Those interested in chairing a session or commenting on one
      are also invited to send a vita to the Program Committee.

      Prospective participants should send all materials to
      Professor Cynthia A. Kierner, SAWH Program Committee Chair,
      Department of History, University of North Carolina at
      Charlotte, 9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte, NC
      28223. The deadline for submission of proposals in 30 June
      1999.



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      Sandra Gioia Treadway
      Conference Coordinator
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