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Southern Historical Association: Call for Papers

76th Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association
Charlotte, North Carolina
November 4 – 7, 2010

The Program Committee invites proposals for single papers and entire sessions. According to SHA policy, no one who appeared on the previous two programs, those at New Orleans and Louisville, should be part of the program in Charlotte. The make-up of proposed sessions are subject to revision and adjustment by the Program Committee.

Because the chances of single-paper proposals being accepted are relatively small, full session proposals are strongly encouraged. Individuals interested in using the SHA website to organize a session with others of like interest may send an e-mail to Gloria Davis that includes one’s name, e-mail address, and proposed paper topic. She will post this information on our website, which anyone may then consult to find compatible co-panelists. Click to view proposed paper topics.

All 2010 proposals must be submitted electronically. Click to access proposal forms.

The deadline for proposals is September 15, 2009.

If you are interested in submitting a session for the Latin American and Caribbean Section, please visit their web site.

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