2001 CFH Far West Chapter Meeting
by George Giacumakis, California State University Fullerton,
and Bryan Lamkin, Azusa Pacific University
Don't miss the next Far West Faith and History Conference,which is
scheduled to take place at the campusof Azusa Pacific University, Azusa,
California, on Friday, March 30, 2001, from 1:30 to 7:15 p.m.Mark this date
on your calendars, consider offering a paper during the conference,and tell
your students to plan to attendwith you. What an opportunity for your
students to hear you present a historicalpaper before your colleagues. The
general topic of the 2001 Spring conference is:The United States at 225:
Evaluating the Intersection of Faith and Politics
However, we encourage you to make presentations in other areas of
history if you so desire. The historical field is broad, andwe can learn so
much from each other. As your requests come into discuss your current
research in a historical topic, we will group the papers accordingly for those
interested in your specific area.
The tentative schedule for the Azusa meeting will be:Registration,
1:30-2:00 pm; Panel 1, 2:00-3:15; Panel 2,3:15-4:00;Break, 4:00-4:15; Panel 3,
4:15-5:00; Dinner and Business session, 5:15-6:15; Keynote Address, 6:15-7:15.
If you are interested in presenting a paper on the announcedgeneral
topic or on another topic, please contact George Giacumakis at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Bryan Lamkin at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to seeing you
2002 CFH MEETING
It was announced at Point Loma that the next Conference on Faithand
hosts-to-be promised the assemblagethat the surfing on Lake Sno-Tip, the
skiing at Mt.Bippus, and the mud volleyball on front campus will make
people forget completely about Point Loma. (Theyalso asserted that the
national debt will be paid off by then, the CFHwill have taken over both the
AHA and the Historical Society, and Dick Pierard will havegained honest
employment.)More details soon!