Tuesday, 31 August 2010

43rd Annual Association of Caribbean Historians Conference

43rd Annual Association of Caribbean Historians Conference

Call for Paper and Panel Proposals, Due Sept. 30, 2010*

Please send questions and/or proposals to achsecretary@gmail.com

The 43rd Annual Conference of the Association of Caribbean Historians is scheduled for Puerto Rico on May 16-20, 2011. Application instructions, as well as forms for paper and panel proposals, are available on the Association of Caribbean Historians website ( http://www.associationofcaribbeanhistorians.org/). All applications must be received by Sept. 30, 2010 for consideration.

The following themes were suggested at this year's Annual General Meeting in Barbados. *Please note, while papers on such topics are encouraged, the Executive Committee welcomes proposals on other subjects or ideas*.

Suggested themes included:
- Religion in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Caribbean
- The Relationship between Caribbean Literature and History
- Political Institutions of the Twentieth Century
- Financial and Banking Comparisons
- Transportation and Travel History
- Haiti and African-Atlantic Identities in the Nineteenth Century
- Israelites, Jews and Rastafarianism in the Caribbean
- Digital Sources for the Study of Caribbean History
- Teaching Caribbean History
- Dance and Culture of the Caribbean, in Honor of Rex Nettleford
- Slavery and Abolition in the Spanish and Circum-Caribbean
- Archives and the Construction of Knowledge
- Intellectual Traditions of the Twentieth Century

Proposals for the 2011 ACH Conference should be sent via e-mail by September 30, 2010 to:

*Michelle Craig McDonald, Secretary-Treasurer, Association of Caribbean
Historians: achsecretary@gmail.com

Proposals can also be mailed (to be received by September 30, 2010) to:

Michelle Craig McDonald,
Secretary-Treasurer, Association of Caribbean Historians
Richard Stockton College
P.O. Box 195
Pomona, New Jersey 08240, U.S.A.

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