Hosted by Florida Gateway College in Lake City, February 24 – 25, 2012
Papers on all historical subjects and topics are welcome. Faculty, independent historians as well graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to participate. Selected papers are published in the Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians, a refereed journal published by Florida Gulf Coast University. Traditionally, our organization has welcomed in-state, out-of-state and international participants.
This year’s speaker will be Dr. Paul Ortiz of the University of Florida, who has done extensive research on African-American life in Florida during Reconstruction.
Situated at the gateway to Florida, this year’s conference will offer a welcome respite from winter’s rigors as well as an opportunity to participate in one of the nation’s most rewarding regional history conferences.
Dr. Sean McMahon / Conference Coordinator / Florida Gateway College at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (386) 754-4293.
This year’s meeting will be held at the award-winning Lake City Holiday Inn, conveniently located right off I-75 and very close to many restaurants. The hotel has an indoor pool and two restaurants on site. Rooms at special conference rate ($89/night) are limited and reservations must be made by February 9, 2012. Reservations can be made directly through this link, which has the “FCH” code provided: