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Thursday Sessions

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11:30 am - 1:00 pm

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Currents in Egalitarian Thought in the 1960s and 1970s: The Coleman Report in American Politics, Media, and Social Science The National Organization for Women at Fifty: A Roundtable Discussion

Reconsidering Roots: The Phenomenon that Changed the Way We Understood American Slavery

The Historical Legacy of the United Farm Workers Revisited
The Circulation of Antislavery Knowledge, Rhetoric, and Tactics from the First Emancipation to the Second Arab American Studies: A State of the Field Roundtable

A People's Guide to New Orleans: Circulating Tourism Imaginaries from Below

Race Wars of 1917: Confronting the Histories and Legacies of the East St. Louis Pogrom and Houston Rebellion
Reflections on the Detroit Rebellion Fifty Years Later Becoming American: Religion, Migration, and Francophone Belonging in the Early United States
Friends, Nimble Minds, and Books: Young Women and Intellectual Communities across the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Policing, Detention, and Deportation along the U.S.-Mexico Border

Regulating Circulation: Technologies of Control on the Borderlands/U.S.-Mexico Border

Irish Women in Circulation: A Comparative Analysis of Agency in New Orleans, New York and London, 1830–1908
Putting Children First Looking Beyond the Battlefields: New Approaches to the U.S. Military and the World Since 1945
Revisiting the Tragic Sensibility of Post-World War II American Thought City/Cité: Urban Inequalities and Transnational Social Movements in Modern France and the United States
Rethinking the Colonial Philippines: Race, Violence, and Sexuality Midwestern River History: Circulating Ideas for Regional Economic Development
Circulating Women and Gender Roles in the Early Nineteenth Century American West Energy in American History
New Perspectives on Advertising History Remembering Race in Charleston, SC
New Directions in Latino Migration History: Transnational Forces of Religion, Capitalism and Law in the Twentieth Century Midwest Asian American Identities in Public History and Memory
Kinship, Exchange, and People: Great Lakes Indigenous Borderlands, 1701-1920 Screening of Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans (2008)
Feeding Activism: The Economics of Food in Marginalized Communities The traffic in images: the circulation of visual representations of American Indians, 1834-1913