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I am looking for two or three historians to join me on a panel addressing the general theme of "women, gender & nation in 19th century Spanish America" for next year's meeting of the Southern Historical Association/Latin American and Caribbean Section (LACS) in Birmingham, Alabama (Nov. 8-11, 2018). As the Oct. 1 deadline for proposals is quickly approaching, please contact me within the next week or so if you are interested in being part of this panel. Attach a brief (150-200 words) abstract or description of your proposed paper along with a brief (1-2 page) cv that includes your your contact info. Please be aware that final acceptance into the program depends in part on all panelists being members of LACS; information on how to join can be found at www.tnstate.edu/lacs or by contacting Tamara Spike at the University of North Georgia.
While my own paper will focus on the role of women in Colombia's Liberal Revolution (1850s-60s), I look forward to collaborating with others working on different aspects of the theme and countries in the region.
Pamela S. Murray, Professor History Department, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of Alabama at Birmingham phone/voicemail: 205 934-8695