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Announcement The Program Committee of the Southern Historical Association invites proposals for sessions and papers for its 1997 meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, on November 5-8. The committee recommends that proposed sessions consist of no more than two papers. Proposals should include two copies of the following: a concise summary of the content, thesis, and significance of each of the proposed papers, a brief curriculum vitae of each prospective participant, and a cover sheet listing the title of the session (or paper) and the names and institutional affiliations of all participants. Prospective participants are encouraged to submit their proposals as soon as possible, the deadline for submitting proposals is October 1, 1996. Please send all proposals to Lacy K. Ford, Chair, SHA Program Committee, Department of History, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208; FAX 803-777-4494. Southern.Cultures Electronic Mailing List The Center for the Study of the American South, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has established Southern.Cultures, an electronic mailing list for students and scholars of southern history, literature, folklore, and related topics. We hope it will serve as a forum for activities such as: 1.announcements of meetings and publications 2.discussion of research opportunities and methodological issues 3.attention for new or neglected archival holdings 4.notation of research in progress, and 5.general notes and queries. To subscribe to the Southern.Cultures mailing list, send the following command in the body of an e-mail message to subscribe sthcult Your Name replacing "Your Name" with your own name. (Please use lowercase for the address and all parts of the command except for your name.) You will receive some introductory materials confirming your subscription and giving you more information about the list. Once subscribed, you can communicate with all other subscribers by sending e-mail to: ...


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