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"Larsson, Donald F" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 31 Aug 2004 14:59:24 -0500
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Call for Papers
National Association for Humanities Education

The Humanities: Ideas, Forms/Dreams, Agendas
An Interdisciplinary Humanities Conference
Richmond, Virginia
February 24-25, 2005

The National Association for Humanities Education invites 250-word 
proposals for papers and panels to be presented in the program of its 
2005 conference to be held at The Omni Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. The 
conference theme is "The Humanities: Ideas, Forms/ Dreams, Agendas."

Richmond is home to the Virginia State Capital, Canal Walk, the historic

Shockoe Slip District with its boutiques, restaurants, pubs, galleries 
and cobblestone streets, as well as museums and other attractions 
representing the diversity and scope of the American experience. 
Expeditions are planned for visits to several of Richmond's historical 
and cultural offerings, including special collections and 
architecturally and historically significant buildings and sites. The 
conference will feature a $129.00 room rate as well as several meals, 
refreshments, and receptions.

We invite papers from all areas of the Humanities-especially those that 
take an interdisciplinary approach to their subject. Outstanding papers 
will be considered for inclusion in the NAHE journal Interdisciplinary 

Papers should be planned for twenty minutes and panels should be planned

for an hour and thirty minutes.

Deadline: November 1, 2004

Please send all proposals to:   	

Ms. Denise Rogers, Program Chair	
NAHE 2005 Conference
Department of English
P.O. Box 46441
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lafayette, LA  70504

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