Need a Session?
This page is provided as a service for those interested in creating a session proposal and want to locate others working with similar themes. If you would like to organize a session, you are invited to submit a short description of your interests to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post your name, e-mail address, and description so other interested individuals may contact you directly.
The following people have expressed interest in forming a session proposal.
Please contact these individuals directly.
Roy MacLeod, email@example.com
I would like to organize a session at Vancouver devoted to "Nature's Empires:
Museums and the Cultivation of Knowledge of the Pacific" - the session
to be run in conjunction with the Pacific Circle (a scientific section
of the IUHPS), and in association with the Anthropological Museum of the
University of British Columbia. Papers are invited on any relevant topic,
including, for example: the history of European exploration, field work,
and collection; the 'museum idea' in the Pacific islands; museums, gender
and social control; natural knowledge and post-colonial discourse in the
museums of the Pacific. Presentations will be limited to 25 minutes. There
are plans for publication in a special issue of a relevant journal.
Charles Brotman, firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a doctoral candidate in history at the University of Rochester.
I am interested in organizing a panel of scholars from different disciplines
to consider the relationship between scientific theorizing and musical
practices in various historical contexts.
The HSS Executive Office provides this web-page as a service to those interesting in submitting a session proposal but the responsibility of arranging a session and submitting all necessary materials prior to the deadline rests solely on paper and session proposers.
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