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Call for Panels | College Art Association 2016, Washington, D.C.

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on August 14, 2014

I’m posting this particular call for panel proposals while wearing my hat as vice-president of the Historians of British Art. The announcement also serves as a general reminder, however, that all session ideas (in addition to those from affiliates) are due to CAA by Friday, 12 September 2014. HBA’s internal due date is Friday, 5 September. I’ve also included below the call for session proposals for the HECAA panel, which members should have received via email several days ago (if you’re a member and didn’t get a copy, please email Michael Yonan).CH

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HBA Session Proposals for the 2016 College Art Association Conference
Washington, D.C., 3–6 February 2016

Proposals due by 5 September 2014

The Historians of British Art, an affiliate society of the College Art Association, welcomes proposals from members for its main session at the annual CAA conference in 2016 (February 3–6). Ideally, the session will accommodate a range of interests and multiple periods within the larger field of British art. Once HBA’s selection committee decides on a proposal, the individual(s) proposing the topic will need to follow the regular CAA procedures for panel submissions. Feel free to contact Craig Hanson with any questions, CraigAshleyHanson@gmail.com.

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HECAA Session Proposals for the 2016 College Art Association Conference
Washington, D.C., 3–6 February 2016

Proposals due by 29 August 2014

The Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art & Architecture, an affiliate society of the College Art Association, welcomes proposals from members for its main session at the annual CAA conference in 2016 (February 3–6). Please submit proposals to Michael Yonan, who will then submit them to the membership for a vote. In order to meet CAA’s deadlines, proposals will need to be emailed no later than 29 August 2014. Please include your name, affiliation, the title of the proposed panel, and a brief description of its theme. Three to four sentences should suffice.

 

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