The Program Committee for the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society of Appalachian Historians (SAH) invites proposals for single papers (abstracts of no more than 250 words) and entire sessions (overview and abstracts for each paper) for its annual meeting hosted by the Department of History of the University of Tennessee Knoxville and the East Tennessee Historical Society in Knoxville, Tennessee, May 22-24, 2016.
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The Midwest Region of the American Academy of Religion invites paper and panel proposals that engage material and sensory cultures of religion from any historical, geographical, or theoretical specialization. This section of the MAAR welcomes submissions that investigate religious art and iconography, embodiment, commonplace artifacts, music and aural cultures, sensoria, architecture, media and technology, food studies, and museums, among other relevant topics, from scholars in the Midwest and beyond who will contribute to this growing conversation.
The development of Peripheral Areas in Italy: A European Perspective
The History Department at Mississippi State University invites undergraduate scholars to submit papers for the eighth annual Symposium for History Undergraduate Research (SHUR), which will be held on our Starkville campus on April 29-30, 2016. The theme of the symposium is “Everything Old Is New Again: Creative Approaches to Familiar Subjects in History”