Call for Proposals The Texas State Historical Association will hold its 116th annual meeting, March 13, 2012, in Houston at the Omni Houston Hotel and the program committee is now calling for proposals for sessions and papers to be presented at the meeting. A complete session proposal includes the following: a) session title; b) complete name, address, phone number, a one-page vita, and institutional affiliation (or hometown, in the case of lay historians) of the session chairman, paper presenters (either two or three), and commentator (for sessions with two paper presenters); c) titles of the two or three individual papers; and d) a brief summary of each paper. Each complete session is strictly limited to seventy-five minutes. To allow time for introductions and questions, each presentation in three-paper sessions should not exceed twenty minutes (about ten typewritten pages) and in two-paper sessions each should be limited to twenty-five minutes (about twelve pages). Individuals may submit a proposal for a single paper rather than a complete session. Although single papers are often difficult to combine into coherent sessions, committee members will make every effort to include such proposals in the program. The 2012 Program Committee is interested in having
Southwestern Historical Quarterly – Texas State Historical Association
Published: Dec 9, 2010
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