CONFERENCE AND HOTEL INFORMATION
2013 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory,
New Orleans, LA, Hotel Monteleone, September 11-15, 2013
September 11-15, 2013
Hotel Monteleone, 214 rue Royale, New Orleans, LA 70130-2201
Tel (reservations): 504-523-3341 or calling the Group Reservations number at 1-800-217-2033
Email (reservations): Reservations@hotelmonteleon.com
When booking accommodations with the Hotel Monteleone be sure to use the following promotional code American Society for Ethnohistory in order to get the preferential room rate. The rates are $159 (plus tax) for a single or double, $184 for a triple, and $209 for a quadruple.
For travel information, click here.
Conference Timetable & Preliminary Schedule
The following is a summary of dates and deadlines relating to the conference. It will be updated as items get posted.
February 1, 2013 Call for Papers
April 19, 2013 Deadline to Submit Abstracts
July 4, 2013 Preliminary Program posted online
August 15, 2009 Final Program posted online
September 11, 2009 Conference begins
September 15, 2013 Conference ends
Registration and Submitting a Paper/Session Abstract
To submit a paper abstract and/or a session proposal, click here.
Information on Fees and Payments:
Regular attendees US $110
Students US $55
Regular attendees US $60
Students US $30
First-time presenters at the meeting are required to join the ASE. $50 for a regular membership and $25 for students. You will receive the next four issues of the journal.
PayPal/Credit Card. When paying with PayPal be sure to print a receipt and bring that receipt to the registration desk to receive your program.
Check or money order. Checks or money orders should be made out to the American Society for Ethnohistory in US dollar funds. Please send to Kris Lane, Department of History, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.
The Editors and Editorial Board of Ethnohistory invite proposals for the invited Editors’ Session to be held at the 2013 meeting in New Orleans. We are looking for a proposal that closely mirrors the theme of the conference “Water Ways: The Ethnohistories of People and Water.” The successful proposal will be published as a special issue of the journal. Completed papers will be due within six months of the meeting. The session should consist of 6-8 papers. Please submit a session proposal, including a session abstract and abstracts of individual papers by the April 19th deadline, according to the normal procedure. You should indicate on the form that you wish to be considered for the Editors’ Session. Submissions not accepted for the Editors’ Session will be considered for inclusion in the regular program without prejudice.
Saturday Night Award’s Ceremony and Presidential Address Reception
In lieu of the traditional banquet-style Award’s Ceremony and Presidential Address, this year the Award’s Ceremony and Presidential Address will be followed by a special reception in the Hotel Monteleone ballroom. The reception will feature a large array of local specialty hors d’ouveres and a cash bar. Tickets for the reception are 60 dollars for regular members and 30 dollars for students. You can purchase your reception tickets when you register online. Only a limited number of tickets will be available for sale at the conference.
Student Travel Grants
The ASE will provide a limited number of small grants to help defray travel expenses for graduate students to present paper at the annual meeting; these may vary in amount but will generally not exceed $500.
The award is only open to those students who have already had their papers accepted by the program. Applicants should be ASE members, but do not have to be admitted to Ph.D. candidacy.
The selection committee will consider the quality of the research and the ethnohistorical focus of the topic, based on a letter of support accompanying this application. Preference will be given to those applicants who have not previously been awarded an ASE Student Travel Grant.
Please send completed applications to Dr. Kris Lane (see contact information below).
Robbie Ethridge, Local Arrangements Chair
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677
Office phone: (662) 915-7317
Kris Lane, Program Chair
Department of History and the
Stone Center for Latin American History
New Orleans, LA
Office phone (504) 862-8622