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CFP REMINDER: Southeast World History Association meeting, June 30 2015 (cross-posted from H-World)



This is a reminder that the Southeast World History Association (SEWHA), a thriving regional affiliate of the World History Association (WHA), is holding its annual conference on June 30, immediately prior to this year's WHA meeting in Savannah, Georgia. We seek panels, individual papers, and other proposals (media and poster displays, roundtables, etc.) on this year's theme, "Envisioning Change: Representations of Transformation in World History."

The  conference theme complements that of the WHA's meeting and asks: