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cxhaha@MAIL.WM.EDU SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONVENTION > Chicago, November 19-22, 1998 > > CALL FOR PAPERS > > The Social Science History Association will hold its annual conference > November 19-22, 1998 at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago. The SSHA is theleading interdisciplinary association in the social sciences. Its annual conference attracts historians as well as sociologists, political scientists, demographers, geographers, economists, and anthropologists from around the world. Sessions cover a wide range of topics and draw from a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies. The SSHA strongly encourages participation from graduate students and recent PhDs as well as more established scholars. We especially welcome panels that reflect the diversity of the academy. > Scholars interested in proposing a panel, a paper, or a poster session should contact the representative of the appropriate network or networks on the Program Committee (listed below). > > All proposals must be received by network representatives NO LATER THAN January 15, 1998. Strong preference will be given to complete panel proposals--including chair, paper presenters, and commentator(s). > > All proposals must include the following: > 1. Title of session and format (panel or poster) > 2. Paper titles > 3. Name of each participant > 4. Participants' department or disciplinary affiliations > 5. Participants' institutional affiliations > 6. Participants' complete mailing addresses, phone numbers, and fax number (if available) > 7. Participants' email addresses > 8. Audiovisual needs > Unfortunately, submissions with any incomplete information cannot be considered. > > Individuals may present only one paper and participate in no more than two sessions. Participants in sessions should represent more than one institution and more than one discipline where feasible. > > > PANEL SESSIONS last two hours, of which at least thirty minutes should be reserved for discussion from the floor. PAPER sessions are the most common, with 2-4 panelists and one or two discussants, one of whom may also preside. Presenters must prepare 15-20 minute talks; reading full papers is not feasible. Other formats include ROUNDTABLES on topics of broad interest and AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS sessions. Both include a chair and 3-5 panelists. > > POSTER EXHIBITS allow scholars to display information on an easel about their research. A "meet the author" time will be scheduled. Corkboards and easels are provided. Posters should be printed on standard 8.5" x 11" paper in large print (>15 point for text) and begin with an abstract of no more than 250 words. > > Notification of acceptance or rejection of proposals will occur by > mid-Spring. At that time, all accepted participants in the SSHA program will be required to pre-register for the conference. Acceptance of panels will thus be conditional: no panel will appear in the preliminary or final program unless all of its participants have registered. Participants also normally join the SSHA. > > 1998 PROGRAM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS: > > Thomas J. Sugrue > Department of History > University of Pennsylvania > 3401 Walnut Street, 352B > Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 > PH: 215-898-0293 > FAX: 215-573-2089 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > Richard M. Valelly > Swarthmore College > Department of Political Science > 500 College Avenue > Swarthmore, PA 19081-1397 > PH: 610-328-8099 > FAX: 610-328-8442 > email@example.com > > CRIMINAL JUSTICE/LEGAL: > > Bill Miller > Department of History > SUNY Stony Brook > Stony Brook, NY 11794-4348 > (718) 499-3244 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > CULTURE: > > Orville Lee > Department of Sociology > Northwestern University > 1810 Chicago Avenue > Evanston, IL 60208-1330 > (847) 467-4139 > email@example.com > > ECONOMICS: > > David Ryden > Historical Census Projects > Integrated Public Use Microdata Series > Department of History > University of Minnesota > 646 Social Sciences Building > 267 19th Avenue South > Minneapolis, MN 55455 > (612) 624-5818 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > EDUCATION: > > Anne Meis Knupfer > Educational Studies > Purdue University > 5132 LAEB > West Lafayette, IN 47907-1446 > (765) 494-7304 > email@example.com > > FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY: > > Richard Wall > University of Cambridge > History of Population > 27 Trumpington Street > Cambridge, CAMBS CB21QA > England > Ph: 44-1223-333186 > FAX: 44-1223-333183 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY: > > Anne Kelly Knowles > Mellon Fellow in Geography > Department of Political Science > Wellesley College > 106 Central Street > Wellesley, MA 02181-8256 > PH: (78I) 283-3494 > FAX: (781) 283-3644 > email@example.com > > LABOR: > > Cindy Hahamovitch > Department of History > The College of William & Mary > 308 James Blair Hall > P.O. Box 8795 > Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795. > PH: (757) 221-3770. > Fax: (757) 221-2111. > firstname.lastname@example.org > > Anton Rosenthal > Department of History > University of Kansas > 3001 Wescoe Hall > Lawrence, KA 66045 > (785) 864-3569 > email@example.com > > METHODS/THEORY AND NETWORKS > > Christopher Ansell > Department of Political Science > University of California > 210 Barrows Hall > Berekely, CA 14720-1950 > (510) 642-2263 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > Dan Carpenter > Dept. of Politics > Princeton University > Princeton, NJ 08544-1012 > PH: (609) 258-4854 > FAX: (609) 258-4772 > email@example.com > > MIGRATION: > > Stanley Nadel > Dept. of Social Sciences > Southwestern Oklahoma State University > 100 Campus Drive > Weatherford, OK 73096 > (405) 774-7097 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > Suzanne Sinke > Department of History > Clemson University > 102 Hardin Hall > Clemson, SC 29634 > (864) 656-4427 > email@example.com > > POLITICS: > > Lex Renda > Dept. of History > P.O. Box 413 > University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee > Milwaukee, WI 53201 > PH: (414) 229-5211 > FAX: (414) 229-2435 > firstname.lastname@example.org OR Rnlx@aol.com > > RACE/ETHNICITY > > Michael K. Brown > University of California/Santa Cruz > Board of Politics > 114 Merrill College > Santa Cruz, CA 95064 > PH: (408) 459-2052 OR (408) 458-9409 > FAX: (408) 459-3125 > email@example.com > > RELIGION: > > Frank E. Johnson > Dept. of History > MidAmerica Nazarene University > 2030 E. College Way > Olathe, KS 66062 > PH: (913) 782-3750, ext. 136 > FAX: (913) 791-3290 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > RURAL: > > Rebecca Emigh > Dept. of Sociology > University of California/Los Angeles > 264 Haines Hall > Box 951551 > Los Angeles, CA 90095-1551 > PH: (310) 206-9546 > FAX: (310) 206-9838 > email@example.com > > Steven D. Reschly > Department of History > McClain Hall 214 > Truman State University > Kirksville, MO 63501-4221 > PH: (660) 785-4648 > FAX: (660) 785-4181 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > STATES/SOCIETIES: > > Philip S. Gorski > Department of Sociology > University of Wisconsin--Madison > 1180 Observatory Dr. > Madison, WI 53706 > (608)262-4436 > email@example.com > > Bartholomew Sparrow > Dept. of Government > University of Texas > Burdine 536 > Austin, TX 78712-1087 > PH: (512) 471-5121 > FAX: (512) 471-1061 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > URBAN: > > Kate Foss-Mollan > Department of History > University of Wisconsin - Whitewater > 800 E. Main St. > Whitewater, WI 53190 > PH: (414) 472-5151 > email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org > > Todd Gardner > Department of History > University of Minnesota > 614 Social Sciences Tower > Minneapolis, MN 55455 > PH: (612) 624-5818 > email@example.com > > WOMEN/GENDER: > > Christine Bose > Department of Sociology > SS324 > SUNY - Albany > 1400 Washington Ave. > Albany, NY 12222 > PH: (518) 442-4670 > FAX: (518) 442-4936 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > Laura Frader > Department of History > Northeastern University > 219 Meserve Hall > Boston, MA 02115 > PH: (617) 373-4442 > FAX: (617) 373-2661 > email@example.com > > -- > Tom Sugrue and Rick Valelly > Co-Chairs > 1998 SSHA Program Committee > > Cindy Hahamovitch > Assistant Professor of History > College of William & Mary > Phone: 757-221-3770 > Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org