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Editor's Note: The earlier version of this message had incorrect dates. This is the correct version. ******************** DEADLINE July 1, 2008. Call for Papers: Politics and the Constitution. San Francisco State University will host its fourth annual conference exploring the U.S. Constitution and its history. The conference will meet on the campus of San Francisco State University on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 16 and 17, 2008. Our theme this year looks at the Constitution and elections, politics, and the political process. Possible topics include the Electoral College and electoral controversies from 1800 to 2000, the Supreme Court?s role in the political process, the Supreme Court and constitutional interpretation as a campaign issue, popular constitutionalism, and national security and civil rights. We invite proposals from graduate students and established scholars on topics dealing with political influences on the judiciary as well as judicial influences on the political process regardless of time period. The deadline for submission of proposals, consisting of an abstract(s) and a one-page c.v. is July 1, 2008. Complete panels or individual paper proposals will be considered. Send your proposal to Robert Cherny, Department of History, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California 94132. Alternatively, you can send your proposal as an e-mail attachment to email@example.com.