urban history associationThis conference will investigate the history of urban futures across many time periods in several Metropolitan areas and countries. The Program Committee is seeking submissions for panels, roundtables, and individual papers on all aspects on urban, suburban, and metropolitan history. The Committee is requesting sessions on the host city, Las Vegas, focusing on its history of rapid, expansive growth. Other sessions on the history of urbanization in North America and other continents in ancient, pre-modern and modern periods are also welcome. Sessions should address questions on land use, energy, space, place, the built environment, and the natural environment from a historical perspective.

Preference will be given to complete panels. All types of historical analyses are encouraged including: qualitative research on urban history and social sciences; digital humanities; race, gender, class and space; architecture, environment, technology, and science; historic preservation; and classic works of urban and suburban history.

Who is the UHA?
The Urban History Association was founded in Cincinnati in 1988 for the purpose of stimulating interest and forwarding research and study in the history of the city in all periods and geographical areas. It is affiliated with the International Planning History Society.

While the majority of members are from the United States and Canada, the association includes members from Austria, Australia, the Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom, France, Israel, and New Zealand.

Submission Guidelines:

Email submissions with a brief explanation of the overall theme as well as a one-page abstract of each paper and a 250-word biography for each participant. Organizers of round table proposals should submit one page on the theme and a 250-word biography for each presenter. For individual papers, include a one-page abstract and a 250-word biography.

Deadline: February 1, 2010


Professor Janet R. Bednarek
Urban History Association
c/o Department of History

University of Dayton

300 College Park

Dayton, OH 45469-1540

Email: janet.bednarek@notes.udayton.edu

For more detailed information:

See the web link: http://uha.udayton.edu/conference.html

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Author: Janet Palma (4 Articles)

Currently I work for the City and County of San Francisco Public Health Department in Environmental Health. I also have my own environmental planning consulting business. I have worked as an environmental planner for the past 12 years for the Port of Oakland and as a consultant.