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I am looking to form a panel for OAH 2020 that will explore the international ties between American abolitionists and revolutionaries abroad. My proposed paper examines how and why (former) abolitionists were sympathetic to Russian revolutionaries in the 1880s and 1890s, and particularly explores similarities between the terrorism of John Brown and that of the People's Will in Russia.
If you are interested in being a panelists (or charing or commenting) please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good morning! Brianna Kirk (University of Virginia) and Molly Mersmann (Purdue University) are interested in putting together a panel for the 2020 American Historical Association.
I am planning on submitting a panel proposal for the Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, whose annual meeting will take place on April 6-7. 2019, in Williamsburg, VA. I am seeking a third panelist with an interest in the topic of exiles in or from Britain or the British Empire in the long 18th century. I will be presenting a paper on British imperial regulation of French colonial emigres during the Revolutionary Wars, while my co-panelist will be exploring the legal and economic consequences of the Huguenot influx to Britain during the late Stuart period.
I'm putting together a panel for the British Association for American Studies Annual Meeting, which will be held April 25-27, 2019 at the University of Sussex. This year’s themes are “LGBTQ+ History” and “Activism and Radical Thought,” and the panel will be titled, “Indigenizing Gender and Sexuality: Embodiment as Living History and Activism.”
In anticipation of the 28th Annual World History Association Conference to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico (June 27-29, 2019), a panel is forming on Maritime Coastal Cities in World History. We are inviting one or two more participants who wish to present their research on a coastal city in the Atlantic World to join our panel. Please direct inquiries to Phillip Cantrell at email@example.com.