In 1948 the United Nations in Paris, France passed a resolution known as "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights"--the most translated document in the world. Well before the passage of this critical document, historic events around the globe were filled with examples of ordinary and extraordinary individuals who strove for freedom of expression, the abolition of slavery, equality, Indigenous sovereignty, and the right to education. These issues are further complicated by issues of environmental injustice, war, voting, nationalism, ethnicity, religion, race, sexuality, and gender. The 2019 Missouri Valley History Conference invites historical papers that explore how colonization, imperialism, empires, and the rise of nation-states have impacted global human and civil rights throughout history. The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2018. This year’s Missouri Valley History Conference Call for Papers highlights this significant world history theme.
2019 Conference Hotel & Accomodations: For the Missouri Valley History Conference to continue please book your accomodations at the Magnolia Hotel. The discounted room rate for 2019 is $129.00 a night. To secure the discounted rate you will need to book your reservation by phone at 402-341-2500. When you make your room reservation mention that you are with the Missouri Valley History Conference to secure the discounted rate. This discounted rate will last until February 13, 2019. The hotel address is: 1615 Howard St., Omaha, NE 68102.
2019 Keynote Speaker - Walter Echo-Hawk
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