CALL FOR PAPERS/SESSION PROPOSALS
Sessions for the 61st Annual Utah State History Conference will be
held September 6, 2013, at the historic Rio Grande Depot, and on
September 7, 2013, at a day of sessions sponsored by Fort Douglas
Military Museum. The public is invited to submit proposals for papers,
sessions, or presentations exploring Utah's past.
Priority will be given to submissions that reflect this year's theme,
which is “The Making of Place.”
Proposals for individual papers or sessions should be submitted by May
15, 2013. Each proposal should include:
• A one-page abstract detailing the topic and its significance
• Audio-visual needs
• Contact info of the presenter(s) (mailing address, telephone
number, and email)
• Bio of each participant (300-word limit)
• Notice of whether the participant(s) is willing to be interviewed
by the media
Mail or e-mail proposals to Alycia Aldrich, Utah State History, 300 S.
Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1182, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, please call (801) 245-7226.
Utah State History is a division of the Department of Heritage and
Arts. Its wide variety of government services help preserve the past
for economic and social strength in the present and future.