Call for paper proposals for a panel regarding the importance of the southern media in facilitating or hindering change. Topics may include early or modern U.S. history, specifically the southern media's coverage of civil rights, federal legislation, Supreme Court decisions or any subject in which the southern media coverage of an event/movement compared/contrasted with that of the national or international media.
Proposals are not limited to news coverage but may also include radio programs, television programs or southern publications. Any proposals regarding the importance of studying the history of the southern media are also welcome. Proposals will be chosen according to their applicability to and diversity within the field. Once chosen, a panel proposal will be submitted to the Southern Historical Association for consideration for its 71st annual conference in Atlanta, GA, November 2-5, 2005. All proposals should be 300-500 words in length and be submitted as an attachment along with a current vita to Stephanie Rolph @ email@example.com.
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