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January 20, 2006

CFP - Society for the History of Technology

The Society for the History of Technology will hold its annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 12-16, 2006. The Program Committee is seeking proposals for both individual papers and complete panels. Proposals from those new to SHOT are welcome, regardless of discipline.

As usual, the Program Committee invites paper and panel proposals on any topic in the history of technology, broadly defined. Of special interest for 2006 are proposals that engage with the following themes:

  1. Technology, Games, and Entertainment
  2. Technology, Race, and Ethnicity
  3. Conversations between History of Technology and other Disciplines

For the 2006 meeting the Program Committee is also encouraging unconventional sessions, that is, session formats that vary in useful ways from the typical three/four papers with comment. These might include (but are not limited to) sessions with no formal commentator, workshop-style sessions with papers that are pre-circulated electronically, or "author meets critics" sessions.

The Program Committee's highest priority in evaluating paper and panel proposals is scholarly excellence. In evaluating panel proposals the Program Committee is especially interested in sessions that team established and younger scholars, and/or draw participants from multiple institutions and multiple countries. The deadline for proposals is March 15, 2006. Please submit your proposals to [email protected]. See below for proposal guidelines and submission instructions.

Guidelines for Proposals:
Proposals for individual papers must include:

Proposals for complete sessions must include:

Submission Instructions:

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Posted by prolurkr at January 20, 2006 04:06 PM

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