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CFP: Economic History Society 2012 Meeting

The 2012 conference of the Economic History Society will be held March 30-April 1 at St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford. According to the call for papers,
The program committee welcomes proposals on all aspects of economic and social history covering a wide range of periods and countries and, particularly, papers of an interdisciplinary nature. Preference may be given to scholars who did not present a paper at the previous year's conference. Those currently studying for, or who have recently completed, a PhD should submit a proposal to the New Researcher session. The committee invites proposals for individual papers, as well as for entire sessions (three speakers [optimum], 1.5 hours duration; no more than four papers will be accepted for any one session).  Session entries should include proposals and synopses for each paper in the session, although the committee reserves the right to determine which papers will be presented in the session if it is accepted. If a session is not accepted, the committee may incorporate one or more of the proposed papers into other panels.
The deadline for academic proposals is September 12, 2011, and September 5, 2011, for "New Researcher" proposals.  Please see the EHS conference website for complete information and the on-line submission pages.

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