Anglicization Reconsidered: Conference in Honor of John Murrin

On April 19-20, 2013 the McNeil Center for Early American Studies will be sponsoring an academic conference to honor the work of early American historian John Murrin.  As many of you know, Murrin coined the term “Anglicization,” so it is fitting that the title of the conference is “Anglicization Reconsidered: Celebrating the Career of John M. Murrin.”  Papers will be delivered by a star-studded cast made up of Murrin’s former students.  Presenters include Daniel Vickers, Gary Kornblith, Evan Haefeli, Simon Newman, Nancy Rhoden, David Silverman, Beth Lewis-Pardoe, and Andrew Shankman.

I was hoping to attend the conference, but I have already committed to a 9th-grade volleyball tournament in Bethlehem, PA.

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