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9:00 am - 10:30 am

10:50 am - 12:20 pm

1:50 pm - 3:20 pm

Ghosts of Amistad: In the Footsteps of the Rebels Reimagining Church and State in the Twentieth-Century United States The Pruitt-Igoe Myth
Private Parties and Public Servants: Hybrid Ventures in U.S. Cold War Diplomacy  National Histories are Moribund!: Finding New Borders in Cold War History  Activists, Writers and Expansive Ideas about Peace in the early Cold War Years
The Civil War Era and the American West: Unifying Concepts for Scholars, Students, and Museum Goers A Lasting Legacy: Coercive Labor Systems in post-Civil War America Rethinking Memory and Taboo: Hiroshima/Nagasaki in the U.S. and Japan

 

"Women Behaving Badly": Pushing the Boundaries of African American Respectability in the Twentieth Century Writing History from the Margins, the Case of African-Americans : A French Research Project in the Humanities With a Global Dimension  Resisting Slavery & Apartheid through freedom suits, archives, architecture & public interpretation
Closer to Freedom: The Life and Work of Stephanie Camp

 

Marx and Marxism in America: Taboo or Totem?

 


Politicizing Taboos: The Suffrage Campaign, Urban Space and the Realignment of Gender Roles in the Early Twentieth Century

 

Where the Action Was: The Local Roots of Economic and Political Development in Early American History New Research on the Economics of Slavery Unconventional Profits: Exploring the Fringes of Business Culture 
Crafting the United States History Survey Course 
Recovering Agency and Cross-Racial Alliances: The 2014 Huggins-Quarles Award Winners
 

 

Remembering Sand Creek 150 Years Later 
Speaking to Taboos in Immigration and Ethnic History New Directions in Asian American History Early American Worlds: A State of the Field Conversation
Corporal Punishment, Capital Punishment, and Performance in the Nineteenth-Century South Addicts, Dealers, and Scolds: The American Encounter with Opium  Narratives of Racial Violence in Jim Crow America
State of the Field: Digital Humanities Digital Humanities and Teaching The Politics of and in Women's History in the Era of the Early Republic
The Red Taboo in American History Indigenous Perceptions of Nineteenth-Century Treaty Making State of the Field: Nineteenth Century Indigenous and American Indian History 
 Crime, Violence, and the Whitewashing of Queer History Histories Beyond "History": A Conversation about Interdisciplinary Queer Studies Carroll Smith-Rosenberg's "Female World of Love and Ritual": Forty Years Later

Remembered Saints, Uncertain Baptists, and Anxious Establishment: Revisiting Religion in Postwar Conservative-Liberal Politics

Immigrant Belonging: Education, Assimilation, and Legitimacy   
 Writing U.S. History: The View from Mexico  Illicit Economies and Taboo Trades: Excavating the Politics of Black Female Sexuality in Vaudeville, Pornography, and Prostitution in Twentieth-Century America  
Tradition and Taboo in Asian American History Geographic Taboos: Why the Caribbean Matters to U.S. History  The Church Committee at 40: Surveillance and Reform since the 1970s
From Taboo to Historiography: Considering the Next Chapters in Disability History

 

State of the Field: Military History/History of the Military Taboo Bodies: Race and Sex in Transnational Perspective 
The Changing Landscape of Wildfire in the United States  State of the Field: U.S. Environmental History

"Not Only a Source of History But One of its Makers": Assessing The Nation magazine's heritage on its Sesquicentennial Anniversary