[AIW] CFP: Shattuck Colonial American History Symposium, California State University, Sacramento, CA/USA, March 13-15, 2020
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Call for Papers
The Shattuck Colonial American History Symposium
California State University, Sacramento, CA/USA
March 13-15, 2020
"The past," L.P. Hartley wrote in his steady-selling novel, The Go-Between,
"is a foreign country; they do things differently there." In addition to
exploring the veracity of Hartley's words, the aim of this symposium is to
provide a forum for historians, scholars, and students, west of the Rocky
Mountains, to exchange ideas about early American history.
While individual proposals will be considered, priority will be given to
panel proposals that include a Chair. The theme is Becoming Americans.
Proposals should relate to any aspect of early American history, from 1607
to 1826. They should be no longer than 500 words and include a 1-page
curriculum vitae for the presenter(s). All submissions should be filed as
one document, preferably in .doc or .docx format and must include:
* A paper or panel title and a brief description.
* Email and institutional affiliation for designated contact
* A single page curriculum vitae for each participant.
* An indication of accommodations.
* An indication of AV needs.
The deadline for individual and panel proposals is extended to Friday,
January 17, 2020. Please submit proposals by email to history at csus.edu
<mailto:history at csus.edu> . Be sure to include "The Shattuck Colonial
American History Symposium" in the subject line. If there are any questions,
please contact Dr. Antonio T. Bly, the symposium organizer and the Peter H.
Shattuck Endowed Chair in Colonial American History, at antonio.bly at csus.edu
<mailto:antonio.bly at csus.edu> .
The symposium's keynote speaker will be Dr. Robert A. Gross, Draper
Professor of Early American History, Professor Emeritus, University of
Connecticut, and author of The Minutemen and their World. Mrs. Nicole Brown,
a public historian at Colonial Williamsburg, will also lead an interactive
discussion about colonial American women and the challenges of teaching the
eighteenth-century in the twenty-first.
Contact Email: antonio.bly at csus.edu <mailto:antonio.bly at csus.edu>
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