I am headed to Chicago in a couple of days to participate in the Annual Meeting of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. (This year the conference will be meeting along the Society of Early Americanists). Due to some pressing family obligations I cannot stay for the entire conference, but I am looking forward to being in the Windy City on Thursday to participate in a roundtable discussion on “The Maturing Blogophere of Early America.” You can learn all about the session by reading Joseph Adeleman’s post at The Junto.
And now on to other Omohundro conference matters. As many of you know, we are always looking for correspondents to cover events like this for The Way of Improvement Leads Home. If you are a blog reader who is going to the conference, perhaps you might consider writing one or more blog posts about it. I can’t pay anything, but I can promise the fame associated with your words and by-line appearing on this blog!