As usual, it’s a great lineup. The meeting will take place October 26-29, 2017 in Dallas.
Good to see so many friends of The Way of Improvement Leads Home on the program.
Here are the plenaries:
“Public History and the Future of the Past”
Moderator: Sara Georgini, Massachusetts Historical Society
Brenda Tindal, Levine Museum of the New South
Valerie Wade, African-American Library at the Gregory School
Krishna Shoy, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Whitney Stewart, University of Texas at Dallas
“Toward Democracy as Faith or Doubt”
Moderator: Christopher Cameron, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Caleb McDaniel, Rice University
Amanda Porterfield, Florida State University
Manisha Sinha, University of Connecticut
Daniel Wickberg, University of Texas at Dallas
Respondent: James Kloppenberg, Harvard University
Annette Gordon Reed: “Slavery, Family, and Memories of Monticello”
Other presenters include: Emily Conroy-Krutz, Kate Carte Engel, Peter Cajka, Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn, Paul Murphy, Lillian Calles Barger, Adam Shapiro, Heather Cox Richardson, Ethan Schrum, John Wilsey, Hilde Restad, Fred Beuttler, Lauren Turek, James Livingston, Nicole Hemmer, Ben Wright, Tim Lacy, Kevin Schultz, Susan Ferber, Johan Neem, Manisha Sinha, Seth Cotlar, David Greenberg, Jeremi Suri, Caleb McDaniel, Amanda Porterfield, Daniel Wickberg, James Kloppenberg, Paul Gutacker, Ray Haberski, David Mislin, Robert Abzug, L.D. Burnett, Erin Bartram, Andrew Hartman, Amy Wood, Robert Greene II, Phillip Goff, Cara Burnidge, Molly Worthen, Daniel K. Williams, Leslie Butler, Gail Bederman, Elesha Coffman, Ben Alpers, Ben Park, Matthew Bowman, Sarah Handley-Cousins, Lindsay Chervinsky, Stephanie McKellop, and Daniel Roeber.
Wish I could be there.