The Journal of Policy History and Institute for Political History are hosting their sixth biennial Conference on Policy History at the Hyatt on Capitol Square in Columbus, Ohio from June 3 to June 6, 2010. Program chairs are Paula Baker, Amy Bridges, and David Robertson. We are currently accepting paper proposals on all topics regarding political and policy history; American political development; and comparative historical analysis. We encourage you to submit a complete session, but individual paper proposals are welcome. The editors of the Journal of Policy History encourage conference presenters to submit their papers for possible publication. The deadline for proposals is December 30, 2009.More information, here.
For questions regarding conference content or program information, please contact David Robertson at email@example.com, Amy Bridges at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Paula Baker at email@example.com. Please direct general inquiries to the conference coordinator, Cynthia Stachecki, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, May 4, 2009
CFP: Policy History Conference
Posted by Dan Ernst
We've both previously attended and posted on the Policy History Conference which often has sessions of interest to legal historians. Here's the call for paper and panels for the 2010 meeting: