FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: The Tennessee Conference of Historians

June 26, 2009 at 8:50 pm Leave a comment

The Tennessee Conference of Historians will meet on the campus of Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, on 25-26 September 2009.

The keynote speaker will be Dr. Mark M. Smith, the Carolina Distinguished Professor of History at the University of South Carolina.

The Program Committee of the 2009 Tennessee Conference of Historians welcomes proposals on any subject from scholars within or outside of Tennessee. The deadline for paper and panel proposals is 3 July 2009.

Paper proposals should consist of a one-page abstract of the presentation topic and a curriculum vitae. Panel proposals should include a one-page abstract summarizing the panel’s theme, a one-page abstract of each participant’s presentation topic, and a curriculum vitae for each participant.

Please mail proposals to:

Dr. Mark R. Cheathem
Department of History
Cumberland University
One Cumberland Square
Lebanon, TN 37087

For further information, consult the conference website, or contact Dr. Cheathem.

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