CFP: MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES

CFP: MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE, MD – MARCH 27-28, 2015

MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES ANNUAL MEETING
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE, MD
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 27-28, 2015

The MACBS, the mid-Atlantic affiliate of the NACBS, the main organization for British Studies in Canada and the United States, seeks participation by scholars in all areas of British Studies. We solicit proposals for papers and panels on Britain, the British Atlantic World, and the British Empire broadly defined. Our interests range from the ancient to the contemporary and we welcome participation by scholars of history, anthropology, literature, art, politics, economics and related fields. Senior faculty, junior faculty, and graduate students are all encouraged to participate.
Proposals for individual papers and full panels are welcome. Paper proposals should include a brief (no more than 250 words) abstract of the paper and a curriculum vita. Full panel proposals should also include a one-paragraph description of the panel’s overall aim and indicate which panel member will serve as the organizer and primary contact.
All submissions must be received by 1 December 2014. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN EARLIER DEADLINE THAN IN THE PAST.

Send proposals via email to:
Prof. Amanda Herbert, Program co-Chair
Department of History
Christopher Newport University
amanda.herbert@cnu.edu
Prof. Brett Bebber, Progam co-Chair
Dept. of History
Old Dominion University
bbebber@odu.edu

For additional information, please see the MACBS website:
www.lehman.edu/academics/arts-humanities/history/macbs/index.php

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