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Call for proposals--Women and historic preservation

From: Coll-Peter Thrush <ishriver>
Date: Thursday, June 24, 1999
Call For Proposals
The Third National Conference on Women and Historic Preservation
Mount Vernon College, Washington, DC
May 19-21, 2000

Sponsored by the Preservation Planning and Design Program,
University of Washington; the Regional Director, Northeast Region,
National Park Service; and the Organization of American Historians.
Hosted by the American Studies Department and Historic Preservation
Program, George Washington University and George Washington
University at Mount Vernon College, Women in Power Leadership

Following on two successful national conferences, we invite
proposals for presentations on any aspect of women and historic
preservation. We anticipate conference tracks on:

    *   rewriting the history of the preservation movement
    *   identifying places of historical significance
    *   reinterpreting historic places
    *   developing inclusive policies and practices
    *   representing the past in museum settings
    *   promoting K-12 teaching with public history resources
    *   sharing strategies for preserving and protecting historic

We are particularly interested in proposals that address the
intersections of gender, race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality in
the context of historic preservation or which provide an
international basis for comparison. Please submit proposals for
papers, panels, workshops, or other types of presentations in
writing to:

    Gail Dubrow, Conference Chair
    Conference on Women and Historic Preservation
    Preservation Planning & Design Program
    University of Washington
    Box 355740
    Seattle, Washington, USA 98195-5740

Priority will be given to submissions received by August 1, 1999.
However, proposals will continue to be reviewed until September 30,

Please include in proposals:

    *   name and affiliations
    *   contact information
    *   title and abstracts (400-word maximum) for each paper in a
        proposed session
    *   curriculum vitae or brief biographical profile
    *   list of places this work has been presented

If you have questions please contact the program chair by e-mail at
<womenpres [at] hotmail__com>. The conference web site is at

Coll-Peter Thrush, M.A.
Mangels Fellow in Public History
Graduate Program in History
University of Washington, Seattle

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