> Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science > > Call for papers > for the Sixth Annual Meeting, 2004 > > The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science (SAHMS) > announces a call for papers for its sixth annual meeting to be held > February 27-28, 2004 in Augusta, Georgia. The SAHMS meeting will be > co-hosted by the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine, Augusta > State University and the Center for the Study of Georgia History. The > meeting will be held at Augusta State University, within walking > distance of the Partridge Inn (conference hotel) located in the > Summerville Historic District. The conference fee will include a dinner > on Friday evening in a private home in the historic district, a tour of > the Morris Museum of Southern Art, continental breakfasts and lunches. > > > The SAHMS welcomes papers on the history of medicine and science, broadly > defined to include historical, literary, anthropological, philosophical, > and sociological approaches to the history of health care and science. The > SAHMS meeting does not focus solely on southern history of medicine and > science topics but is international in scope. The society’s name relates > only to the location of its annual meeting. Papers from scholars from > all areas of the country are welcome, as are international guests. > Participants may propose individual papers or symposiums of several > papers devoted to a particular topic or theme. PhD students are invited > to submit works in progress and should indicate their PhD student > status. > > Please submit a one-page (approximately 250 words) abstract of each paper. > Also include a one-page c.v. with phone/fax and e-mail addresses. Papers > should be submitted no later than September 15, 2003. Prospective > participants should not submit papers already published, already > presented or scheduled for presentation at another meeting. Electronic > submissions are preferred. The program will be announced by early > November, 2003. All presenters will be responsible for their own travel > and registration costs. > > Send proposals to: > > Arlene W. Keeling, PhD, RN > Chair, 2004 Program Committee, SAHMS > McLeod Hall, The University of Virginia School of Nursing, > Charlottesville, VA 22908 > e-mail: [email protected]