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October 8, 2011
CFP: Women & the Civil War
Place: College Park, MD
Date: April 27, 2012
Submission deadlnie: November 15, 2011
Description: »The symposium will provide a forum for discussing the multitude of roles women played in the war and the many ways in which the war affected them. The keynote speaker will be Thavolia Glymph, Associate Professor of History and African American Studies at Duke University.
The symposium committee is especially interested in scholarship relating to Maryland women and the Civil War or to women’s experiences in the border states. Proposals relating to these topics will be given preference, but proposals relating to other aspects of the topic of women and the Civil War will also be considered.«
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