Call for Papers, Georgia Association of Historians
Annual Meeting: February 27—March 1, 2014
Athens, GA (Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library)
The Georgia Association of Historians invites proposals from academic and public historians, independent scholars, and graduate students for its 2014 Conference to be held in Athens, Georgia. The GAH welcomes proposals from all areas and subfields of history, including African, North American, Asian, European, and Latin American history, global history, public history, historic preservation, and regional studies, as well as proposals focused on resource or archival management and historical pedagogy.
Proposals for full sessions will be given priority, although individual papers will be considered. The deadline for proposal submission is Friday, September 27, 2013.
Session proposals should be 500 words and include a tentative session title, the names, affiliations, and full contact information of each presenter and the session discussant, and a description of each paper in the session. A discussant will be assigned by the program committee if not included in the proposal. The GAH will sponsor one or two sessions with pre-circulated papers. If interested, please note your interest in your session proposal.
Individual proposals should be 200 words and include a full description of the proposed paper.
Send electronic proposal in Microsoft Word to Program Chair Kenneth Wheeler at email@example.com.
Papers are to be original works of scholarship. Presentations will be limited to 15-20 minutes, depending on panel size. Scholars willing to serve as moderators/discussants should fill out this form: (http://goo.gl/fOk7v)
Papers may be submitted for consideration for publication in the Journal of the Georgia Association of Historians. See publication guidelines here.