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CFP-Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association (KTASA)

The program committee for the Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association invites panel and paper proposals for its May 2014 conference in partnership with the Center for Historic Preservation and the Murfreesboro and Rutherford County Heritage Center. This year’s theme is “Crossing Over: Borders and Bridges.” The committee is especially interested in proposals that incorporate the conference theme: how borders and bridges, real or imaginary, shape the American experience broadly understood.

H-Appalachia: CFP: ASA: The Religion and American Culture Caucus

The Religion and American Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association
promotes engagement with scholarship on American religion by organizing and
supporting submissions to the Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association,
which will next meet November 6-9, 2014, in Los Angeles.

In addition to presenters, participants willing to serve as chair and/or respondent
are needed.

Proposals that are innovative in format are especially welcome. Options may include
interactive presentations, performances, roundtables, film showings, local tours,