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Saturday Sessions

      

9:00 am - 10:30 am

10:50 am - 12:20 pm

1:50 pm - 3:20 pm

No-Fault: Injury, Compensation, and the Shifting Rhetoric of Responsibility in Twentieth-Century America Profiles in Courage: Expanding the Boundaries of Southern Black Leadership, 1850-1950 New Directions in the History of Abolitionism and Antislavery
Capturing Indigeneity through Sound and Image: New Media and American Indians, 1860–1920 Native American Influences in Non-Native Policies and Perceptions, 1762-2015 Native Minds, Native Leaders: The Intellectual & Political Ideas of Vine Deloria, Jr., Clyde Warrior, and Jack Forb
African Methodist Episcopal Church Bicentennial (1816-2016) Religious Leaders and their Places in History

American Nuns as Leaders

Hippies, Business, and Technology: Rethinking Countercultural Community and Leadership in the 1960s and '70s Organizing the 1970s Neoliberalism in the 1970s
New Mexico, 1916: Villa and the Impact of the Mexican Revolution on US History and Historiography

Michael O'Brien, Intellectual History and the History of the American South

A Key Into the Person of Roger Williams: New Directions in Williams Scholarship

Vietnam Encounters, Writing History: A Roundtable Networking in the Hinterland New Perspectives on Studying Presidential Leadership
Legacies of Leadership: Defining the Presidency in the Early Republic Whatever Happened to the Liberal Tradition in American Politics? Political History Beyond the Liberal-Conservative Paradigm
History, Numbers, Numeracy: Opportunities and Obstacles in Quantitative and Digital History Environmental Health, Identity, and Inequality in the Progressive Era The World the Civil War Made: Revisiting and Revising Reconstruction
Christianity and Capitalism in the Modern US: Historians respond to Kevin Kruse's One Nation Under God State of the Question: Issues of church and state in the teaching of religious history? A Twenty-Year Perspective on the History of Wars of the 1990s
Transnationalizing Urban History Beyond Goldwater Girls: Women's Leadership in Conservatism Since 1970 Building the Ebony Tower: Reconsidering Black Colleges in the Age of Jim Crow
Technologies of the Environment: Race, Waste, and Nature Neoliberalism and the University in the 1960s and 1970s Leading Roles: Sex, Violence, and Labor Power in Hollywood Film-Making
 Governing Bodies of Evidence: Labor, Citizenship, and Sensory Knowledge in the Gilded Age Law, Finance, and Institutional Leadership: New Perspectives on the History of Financialization The Road Not Taken: The War on Poverty & Public Employment

Roundtable: The National Parks Service at 100

Digital Urban History and Community Engagement The Material Culture of Leadership: A Workshop with Objects, Images, and Texts
 Navigating Social Media and Traditional Media The Business of Leadership A Different Take: International Perspectives on American Leadership
Leadership and the Founding of the United States Leadership during Reconstruction Presidents and Patronage
Legacies of Latina/o Sexuality as Leadership in the United States: 1700s-1980s Queer and Trans* Oral History Projects Sexuality, Race, and Leadership amid Crisis in Twentieth-century Urban America
Building Community to Advance Contingent Historians "Mr. Chips, Ph.D.": The History Doctorate in Secondary Education Rendering Nature: Historians as leaders in debating the past and future of the Anthropocene
Temporalities of Agriculture and Capitalism Geographies of Identity: Civilizing Projects and Racial Imaginaries in the Antebellum Era The United States and Transnational Humanitarianism, 1919-1939
Feminisms and Leadership in the 1960s and 70s Public History and the Arts in Rhode Island On Leadership: American Women in Political Life
  3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
OAH Business Meeting and Awards ceremony
5:15 pm - 6:45 pm
President's Address