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Mon, 18 Jul 2005 09:42:12 -0400
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In response to several requests we have extended the deadline for proposals
for Researching New York 2005 to AUGUST 1, 2005.

The organizers of the 7th Annual Researching New York Conference invite
proposals for papers, panels, workshops, roundtables, exhibits, documentary,
and media or multi-media presentations on any facet of the history of New
York State—from settlement to the present. The conference will be held at
the University at Albany, State University of New York on November 17th and
18th, 2005.

Researching New York brings together historians, researchers, archivists,
librarians, graduate students, museum curators, Web site creators,
filmmakers, documentarians, and others to share their work on New York State
history. More details and previous programs are available at

Please submit your proposal by August 1, 2005. Full panel proposals,
roundtables, exhibits, and media presentations are encouraged. Partial
panels and individual submissions are also welcome. For panels and full
proposals, please submit a one-page abstract of the complete session, a one
page abstract for each paper or presentation, and a one-page curriculum vita
for each participant. Individual submissions should include a one-page
abstract and one-page curriculum vita. All submissions must include name,
address, telephone number, and e-mail address. Please contact us if you have
any questions about the Conference or your proposal. We prefer electronic
submission to [log in to unmask] You may also mail your proposal to:

Researching New York 2005
Department of History -- Ten Broeck 105
University at Albany, SUNY
Albany, NY 12222

Researching New York is sponsored by:
The Department of History and The History Graduate Student Organization,
University at Albany, SUNY and The New York State Archives Partnership Trust