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Friday Sessions

        

9:00 am - 10:30 am

10:50 am - 12:20 pm

1:50 pm - 3:20 pm

Capitalism in the Countryside: Farmers, Families and the Marketplace Open Question: What is the relation between slavery and capitalism? Gender, Consumerism and the Early South
Collaborative Action, Conflicting Visions: New Histories of Black-Latina/o Activism and Internationalism in the Mid- and Late Twentieth-Century United States Reconceiving Leadership in 20th Century Reproductive Politics Cultivating the Leadership of Black Girls, 1890s-Present
Early American Labor History: Future Directions Latino Power Brokers: Group Image and the Politics of Coalitions State of the Field on Interactions between Labor and Environmental History
Why you can't Teach United States History without American Indians

Roundtable: Non-human Histories

Roundtable: New Directions in Black Women's Intellectual History

State of the Field: Urban History Research at the National Archives: A Round table discussion of Treasures, Techniques, Challenges, and Changes Place, Race, and Public Policy: The Racialization of Cityscapes from Reconstruction to Civil Rights
Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North Democracy in America and Europe Myths of the Market
Building Middle Ground in U.S. History Scholarship Environment and the First Winter of the American Civil War The Built and Natural Environment of the Littoral: The Governance, Planning, and Use of American Waterfronts
Ideas from the Underground: Extracting Subterranean Epistemologies from Bones and Bodies Exploring the Modern Midwest: New Directions in Twentieth Century Midwestern History Organizing in the Heartland: Interracial Coalitions in the Urban Midwest During the Twentieth Century
Black Religious Leadership and Mass Media in the 20th Century Page by Page: Writing History for a Trade Audience State of the Field: Haiti in U.S. History
Thriving in the Doldrums: Complicating Women's Political, Social, and Labor Organizing American Women Missionaries, Diplomacy, and Nationalism in 1920s China, Turkey, and Japan American Women's Religious Leadership in a Global Context, 1812-1945
 Leading the Sexual Counterrevolution: Conservative Responses to Sexual Liberalism Discovering Intimacy in Early America: Meanings, Definitions, Practices Histories of Sexuality and Gender Before the 20th Century

Leading Together: Archivists and Historians Shaping the Digital Archive

50 Years of the National Historic Preservation Act Podcasting--Reaching a Mass Audience From Above and Below
 Protest, Politics, and Ideas in the American Century: The Work of Alan Brinkley Trying History: Science, Scandal, and Sensation Labor, Class, and Poverty
Leaders Gone Wild: Scandals and Corruption in American Leadership Remembering Julian Bond Native Networks in Times of Change: Leadership, Activism, and Negotiation across American Indian Country
Old Stories, Young Leaders: Oral History and Leadership Development in the National Park Service Fighting for Empowerment: Grassroots Leadership, Race, and Activism in the Twentieth Century Beyond Guns and Drums: The National Park Service Evaluates its Civil War and Reconstruction Sites
What Students Want?: Addressing the Diversity Problem in Our Profession Self-Determination in Migration, Law and Education: The 2016 Huggins Quarles Winners How Places Shaped Spaces: Scale and the Religious Geographies of Early America
Historians and Environmental Crisis: Climate Change, Water and Energy 25 Years of Nature's Metropolis Roundtable: U.S. History as Studied Overseas
Roundtable: The U.S. Enters World War II, Seventy-Five Years On   Reconstructing Family: Reform Kinship, and Intimacy in the Aftermath of Emancipation 
    Representations: African American Women's Leadership, Personal and Political
  PLENARY 3:
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm 

To be announced

PLENARY 4:
5:15 pm - 6:45 pm
The National Park Service at 100: A Conversation with Robert Stanton