Association of Public Historians of NYS Call for Proposals

The Association of Public Historians of New York State (APHNYS) has announced that the 2013 Annual State Conference will be held in Syracuse on April 17-19, 2013 at the Holiday Inn &#8211 Liverpool. APHNYS is currently accepting proposals for conference presentations.

Proposals can be submitted for papers, panels and interactive programs. The conference draws between 175 &#8211 200 Local Government Historians and supporters of local history from across the Empire State.

The Planning Committee is especially interested in proposals that offer:

Insights into the history of New York State and its communities

Focus on the history of Syracuse and the Central New York Region

The Bicentennial of the War of 1812

The Sesquicentennial of the Civil War

Transportation &amp- Trades in New York State

Skills and Techniques for Local Government Historians

To submit a proposal, complete a Conference Proposal Form and return to APHNYS by December 3, 2012. The form is available online.

More conference information can also be found online.

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