Annual Conference: May 13-16, 2015 Monterey, California


“Pacific—The Peaceful Ocean?,” the 41st Conference of the North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH), will be hosted by the Naval Postgraduate School in Moneterey, California May 13-16, 2015. 

Using the international connection of the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop, the 2015 Program Committee invites paper and session proposals that explore wide range of maritime connections, cultural landscapes, or an interweaving of both to examine the meaning and processes of our maritime heritage. Suggested topic areas include cultural connections, race, gender, archaeology, empire, military(e.g., First World War), indigenous, environmental, public history, and parks and protected areas. Additional topics and geographic focuses are welcome for submission and the Program Committee will consider papers and sessions exploring all aspects of history and archaeology related to saltwater or navigable freshwater environments. Papers from graduate students and junior scholars with fresh approaches to maritime history are greatly encouraged.

 

2015 Call for Papers: Pacific—The Peaceful Ocean? (new deadline: Feb. 21, 2015)

2015 Conference Program (coming in April)

 

 
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