Send us your proposals—-Come to Yale for Navy Medical History!

Dear Society Members,

Don’t forget that we are collecting papers now in order to launch a panel at the American Association for the History of Medicine conference.  The deadline is approaching.  Please consider coming to Yale in April. 

The Society for the History of Navy Medicine is pleased to announce a call for papers to its 7th meeting.

Our meeting will take place in conjunction with the annual conference of the American Association for the History of Medicine to be held in New Haven, Connecticut from April 30-May 2, 2015. Our session will be held on April 30th.

We welcome submissions on any aspect of the history of navy medicine. In recognition of the centennial commemoration of World War I, we particularly welcome papers focused on navy medicine and World War I.

You are welcome to submit complete panels or single-authored papers. Paper proposals should include an abstract of no more than 300 words explaining the topic as well as a two-page vita of the presenter. Proposals are due December 31, 2014. A limited number of travel grants are available for graduate students. A SHNM Conference Committee will review proposals and make selections.

Please submit proposals to: acroswhi@odu.edu and put “SHNM Conference Paper” in the subject line.

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