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The 6th Conference on Women and the Civil War will be held in Richmond, Va., June 25-27, 2004. Scholars interested in the meeting should email the Society for Women and the Civil War at <womencivilwar@aol.com> or visit the conference website at <http://www.womenand thecivilwar.org>.

The Southern Labor Studies Conference will be held in Birmingham, Ala., April 22-24, 2004, with the theme of"Moving Workers: Migration and the South." There will also be two plenary sessions, one examining contemporary migration into the South and a second to address the historical and interpretive dimensions of migration. For more information, contact Dr. Robert Woodrum, Miles College, email <robert@slsc2004.org> or visit the conference website at <http://www.slsc2004.org/>.

The Georgia State University Department of History and the Georgia Association of Historians will host the second annual Organization of American Historians Southern Regional Conference in Atlanta, Ga., July 8-11, 2004. The conference will bring together historians and educators from high schools, community colleges, universities, and public history institutions. Presentations will emphasize audience participation in addressing the conference topic, "Practicing American History in the South." For more information, visit the website at <http://oah.org/meetings/2004regional/index.html>.

The Southern Historical Association (SHA) will hold its 70th Annual Meeting, to be held in Memphis, Tenn., November 3-6, 2004. For more information, visit the SHA website at <http:/ /www.uga.edu/~sha/>.

The Society for Military History will host its next conference in Bethesda, Maryland, May 20-23, 2004. The conference theme will be "What's on Our Minds: Critical Problems in Military History" and will address issues that define the field as a serious academic activity and medium of public policy discourse. The Program Committee has invited proposals that will address general issues such as military institutional transformation, professional military education, strategy and politics, the relationship of historical understanding and policymaking, and the economic dimensions of national security policy. For information, contact Professor Jon Sumida, University of Maryland, email <js130@umail.umd .edu>, or visit the conference's website at <http://www.history.umd.edu/Faculty/JSumida/ smhannualmeeting04>.

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Title Annotation:End notes
Publication:Civil War History
Article Type:Calendar
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Date:Dec 1, 2003
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