The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 76
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The 1992 TSHA annual meeting will be held in Austin, February
27-29, 1992, at the Hyatt Regency. That's a long time off but we're al-
ready well into planning for it. Chairman Walter Buenger and his pro-
gram committee have put together a fine group of sessions. As always,
we will feature papers on just about every topic and period of Texas
history from Indians to oilmen. Mark it on your calendar, and come to
Austin next February to celebrate Texas history with your fellow afi-
cionados of the Southwest.
The Oral History Association will hold its 1992 annual meeting Oc-
tober 15-18, 1992, at the Stouffer Tower City Hotel in Cleveland,
Ohio. Proposals for papers, panels, media presentations, or entire ses-
sions should be sent by December 1, 1991, to Dr. Donna M. DeBlasio,
Program Chair, Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor,
P.O. Box 533, Youngstown, Ohio 44501; 216/743-5934.
The East Texas Historical Association will meet in Nacogdoches on
September 13-14, 1991. This will be the twenty-ninth annual meeting
and coincides with the centennial anniversary of the founding of the
National Forest Service. The banquet speaker will be Terry West, chief
historian of the service. The meeting will be dedicated to the memory
of Robert S. Maxwell, noted forest historian who died on December 29,
1990o. Those interested in details may write to longtime TSHA member
Archie P. McDonald at Stephen F. Austin State University, P.O. Box
6223, SFA Station, Nacogdoches 75962-6223, or call 409/568-2407.
The Black Film Center/Archive at Indiana University-Bloomington
is planning a conference for summer 1992 to be held in Indianapolis,
Indiana. "'In Touch With the Spirit': Black Religious and Musical
Expression in American Cinema" combines scholars and filmmakers in
a multidisciplinary setting. Filmmakers will screen and discuss their
films while scholars examine three major genres-documentary, eth-
nographic, and feature film-from various disciplinary perspectives:
film criticism and aesthetics, folklore, ethnomusicology, political sci-
ence, sociology, anthropology, religious studies, and women's studies.
Outstanding papers presented during the conference will be published
as a collection or monograph series by the Black Film Center/Archive.
Scholars interested in participating should send one- to two-page ab-
stracts of papers by January 15, 1992, to Dr. Phyllis Klotman, Black
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