Maritime Connections: History, Heritage and the Maritime Landscape
North American Society for Oceanic History
2020 Annual Conference
Using Pensacola as an example of the importance of maritime connections, the 2020 NASOH Conference invites paper and session proposals that explore maritime history and archaeology as they relate to larger connections concerning landscapes, heritage and the preservation of cultural resources. Suggested topic areas include, but are not limited to, maritime landscape, archaeology, empire, race, gender, military, cultural contact, environmental impact, public history, cultural resource management, and historic preservation.
Papers from graduate students and junior scholars are greatly encouraged. Students may apply for a Chad Smith Travel Grant to assist in travel to present a paper at the conference. Additionally, the Clark G. Reynolds Student Paper Award is provided each year to the author of the best paper by a graduate student delivered at the society’s annual conference. Please see the awards section of the NASOH website for details. Individual paper proposals should include a.) An abstract, not to exceed 250 words b). A 250-word presenter bio c.) Contact information including phone number, address, affiliation, and email. Panel proposals may also be submitted inclusive of the above information for each paper.
The deadline for proposal submission is February 1, 2020. Please submit proposal packets electronically to the Program Committee. These should be sent to: email@example.com, Program Chair. NASOH members interested in serving as panel chairs, please send an email to the Program Committee at the above address.
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