|2010 Schedule Of Sessions |
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4: 8:00 P.M.
1. Opening Session
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 9:30—11:30 A.M.
2. Slavery and Territorial Expansion: From the Missouri Controversy
to the Compromise of 1850
3. Migration, Mobility, and the Perpetual Struggle to be Free:
Black Protest in the Antebellum North
4. New Perspectives on Race and Music in the Antebellum South
5. The Race Experts: White Southerners in an Age of Empire
6. On the Fringes of Delta Life: Communities and Adjustments
in the Lower Mississippi Valley
7. The Camera's Focus on the South: Two Women Documentary
8. Billy Graham and the Modern South
9. European Colonizers and Memories of Conquest in Asia, Europe
and the Americas
10. Transnational Networks, Protest Cultures, and Memories of
Fascism: New Histories of the Global Revolts of the 1960s
11. Family and Kinship in the Atlantic World
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 11:45 A.M.—1:30 P.M.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 2:30—4:30 P.M.
16. The State of Southern History
17. Making America's Frontier South: Migrations, Formations,
18. Teaching Parenthood: Nineteenth-Century Mothers and Fathers
in North Carolina, the South, and the Nation
19. Cultural Meanings of Southern Suicides
20. New Perspectives on Race and Southern Migration, 1865-1950
21. Lost for a Generation: Race and the Conservative Movement
in the South
22. Miracles and Magic from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century
23. The Eastern Front in World War II: Perceptions and Consequences
24. Slavery and the Atlantic World in the Eighteenth and
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 4:45—7:00 P.M.
25. Film Showing: "Moving Midway"
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 8:30 P.M.
26. Presidential Address
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 9:30—11:30 A.M.
27. The Current State and Future of Publishing in Southern History
28. Visual and Material Culture of Antebellum Slave Life
29. New Perspectives on the Lower Mississippi Valley
30. Points of Departure: Reflections on Joseph A. Glatthaar's General
31. Mobilizing for Freedom: Agency and Constraint in the Post-Emancipation Carolinas
32. Fighting Jim Crow: Soldiers, Southerners, and World War I:
A Roundtable Discussion
33. "We'll Never Turn Back": SNCC Veterans Commemorate
Its 50th Anniversary
34. War and Terror in France and England
35. The Kaiserreich in World History, 1898-1914
36. Women, Performance, and the Politics of Biography in Latin
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 11:45 A.M.-1:30 P.M.
37. Workshop II, Negotiating the Work-Life Balance: A Roundtable
38. Workshop III, Uncovering the New South: Searching Beyond the
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: Noon
39. European History Section Luncheon
40. Latin American and Caribbean Section Luncheon
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 2:30—4:30 P.M.
41. Slavery, Warfare, and Opportunity in the Colonial South
42. Transforming Landscapes of the American South, 1837-1867
43. Civil Liberties in Confederate North Carolina
44. Negotiating Reconstruction and Manhood in the American South
45. Negotiating, Creating, and Selling Race and Ethnicity: New
Perspectives on Southern Tourism
46. Speaking Against the Times: Southern Moderates and
Twentieth-Century Race Relations
47. Southern Women in State and Nation: Regional Identity in
National Women's Organizations in the Post-1945 South
48. Teaching European History in the 21st Century: A Roundtable
49. Sport's Agency: Sport as a Creative Force in Latin America
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 5:00 P.M.
50. Southern Association for Women Historians Lecture
51. Nascar, Charlotte, and the South: A Panel Discussion
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7: 9:00—11:00 A.M.
52. Reconsidering Racial Slavery: Social Aspects of Physical and
53. Beyond Press and Stump: Inside the Mechanisms of Antebellum
54. Race, Citizenship, and the Southern Way of War
55. Race and the Politics of Power from the Reconstruction to Jim Crow
56. "A Most Southern Way to Die": The Meaning of Mortality in a
57. Redefining Unionism: New Perspectives on Labor in the
Post-World War II South
58. Distant Expatriates and Empires: From Alexander the Great
to Adolf Hitler
59. Politics, Politicians, and the Political in Authoritarian Brazil
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 10:30 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
CS 1. SIP Roundtable Discussion
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 12:30 P.M.
CS 2 . SIP/SLSA Joint Luncheon
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5: 4:45 P.M.
CS 3. Phi Alpha Theta-American
CS 4. Phi Alpha Theta-American
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 4:45 P.M.
CS 5. Phi Alpha Theta-World
CS 6. Phi Alpha Theta-Latin American
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: 5:30-8:00 P.M.
CS 7. SCWH Banquet
FUTURE MEETING SITES
||October 27 - 30
||Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor
||November 1 - 4
||Riverview Plaza Hotel
||October 31 - November 3
||November 13 - 16
||November 12 - 15
||Peabody Little Rock
||November 2 - 5
||St. Petersburg Beach
||TradeWinds Island Resort