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Transitional Perspective on the Local and the Global" at the Westin Gal-
leria and Oaks Hotels, Houston, on November 14-17, in conjunction
with the American Studies Association's annual meeting. The theme of
the conference takes its lead from the ASA's annual conference, "The Lo-
cal and the Global," focusing on Latinos as represented in writings, docu-
ments, histories, diaries, newspapers, and other forms of print culture
from the 1500oos to 1960. The registration for the conference is free, and
all the scholars registered for the conference will be able to attend the
ASA sessions by paying the registration. For more information or to re-
ceive the Registration form, contact Alejandra Balestra at abalestr@
The Texas Historical Commission has published its annual calendar of
events for Texas Archaeology Awareness month (October) just in time for
the 73rd annual meeting of the Texas Archeological Society, which will be
hosted by the Webb County Archeological Society in Laredo, on October
24 through 27. Rose Trevino and her family are hosting the opening "Get
Together" at their Ranch beginning at 6:30 P.M. on the 24th. For more in-
formation and registration, contact the Webb County Archeological Soci-
ety, P.O. Box 2503, Laredo 78044, 956/724-1491, or 956/724-5983-
In a further salute to Texas Archaeology Month, the University of Texas
Institute of Texan Cultures, 801 S. Bowie Street, San Antonio, will present
"Lab Detectives: Seeking Clues from the Past" throughout October. The
exhibit will feature a working archaeological laboratory with a "lab detec-
tive" on duty from 9:oo A.M. until noon Tuesday through Friday.
The TSHA annual meeting program committee is seeking proposals
for the 2004 annual meeting to be held March 4-6, 2004, in Austin.
Committee chair Kenneth Hafertepe of Baylor University is looking for
papers on any aspect of Texas history. Sessions at the annual meeting cov-
er a wide range of topics, and the 2oo4 meeting should be no exception.
The committee prefers that you organize complete sessions, as it is
rarely possible to work a single-paper proposal into the program. A com-
plete session proposal includes a chairperson and either three paper pre-
senters or two presenters and a commentator. All proposals must include
(1) the session title; (2) the names, addresses, phone numbers, institu-
tional affiliations (or hometowns), and brief (one-page) resumes of the
chairperson, presenters, and commentator; and (3) the title and a short
summary of each paper. Please prepare two copies of your complete pro-
posal and send one copy to Kenneth Hafertepe at P.O. Box 97154, Waco,
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