Ms. Valencia Abbott

Rockingham Early College High School, Sankofa Historical, LLC

Roots and Branches: Using Family History in the Classroom

Professor Gregory Ablavsky

Stanford Law School

The Republic Turns 250

Dr. Luther Adams - Free Man of Color

University of Washington in Tacoma

Policing in the Progressive Era and Gilded Age

Dr. Kristin Ahlberg

U.S. Department of State

Federal Jobs Workshop

Dr. Alvita Akiboh

Yale University

New Directions in United States Empire

Dr. José Alamillo

California State University Channel Islands

Disastres: The Politics of Disasters in Latin(x) America

Andrew Aldridge

Emory University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Francine Almash

The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Schools and Disability Policies

Derrick Alridge

University of Virginia

New Directions in Black Educational History

Professor Mike Amezcua

Georgetown University

Being First-Gen in Academia

Dr. James Anderson

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

New Directions in Black Educational History

Dr. Jacqueline Antonovich

Muhlenberg College

Creating Effective Un-Essay Assignments

Kasha Appleton

Indiana University-Bloomington

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Dr. Claire Arcenas

University of Montana

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Dr. Heidi Ardizzone

Saint Louis University

Race and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America

Julie Armstrong

University of South Florida

Florida and Academic Freedom

Samuel Backer

Johns Hopkins Center for the Digital Humanities

New Approaches to the History of the Culture Industries

Dr. Anne Balay

SEIU Local 509

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

Dr. Shelby Balik

Metropolitan State University of Denver

Zooming In, Zooming Out: Working Across Scales in Studying the Early United States

Dr. Simon Balto

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Policing and Social Movements: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead

Llana Barber

State University of New York at Old Westbury

Emerging Interdisciplinary Approaches in Immigration History

Dr. Jenifer Barclay

State University of New York at Buffalo

Teaching Disabilty History: A Roundtable Discussion

Mr. John Bardes

Louisiana State University

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Dr. Philis Barragán Goetz

Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Mexican American Political Histories in the 20th Century

Professor Denise Bates

Tufts University, historian of the Native South

Neither the One nor the Other: The Native South in a Black and White World after 1900

Jameson Baudelaire

Texas Tech University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Ian Beamish

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

In Service to Communities: Examples from Higher Education in Louisiana

Dr. Janet Bednarek

University of Dayton

The Paul Laurence Dunbar Library and Archives Project

Professor Jonathan Bell

University College London

Recovering/Reconstituting Contemporary Queer Politics

Mr. Francisco Beltran

Oklahoma State University

Mexican American Political Histories in the 20th Century

Dr. Dan Berger

University of Washington at Bothell

Biography and the Black Freedom Struggle

Colleen Billiot

Citizen of the United Houma Nation

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

Dr. Rachel Bohlmann

Hesburgh Libraries, The University of Notre Dame

Race and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America

Dayna Bowker Lee

Willliamson Museum, Northwestern State University of LA

In Service of Tribe, Community, Nation: In honor of Hiram F. “Pete” Gregory

Laura Brannan Fretwell

George Mason University; Digital history, memory studies, and Southern history.

Reform and Humanitarianism in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Thomas Brown

University of South Carolina

Theatricality in the Civil War and Reconstruction

dann j. Broyld

University of Massachusetts Lowell

The Burned-over District Then and Now

Siobhan Burke

Barnard College, Department of Dance

The Mind Is a Muscle: Dance as an Approach to History

Ms. Alex Burnett

University of Michigan

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

J. Michael Butler

Flagler College

Florida and Academic Freedom

Dr. Brandon Byrd

Vanderbilt University

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Dr. Cara Caddoo

Indiana University, Bloomington

New Approaches to the History of the Culture Industries

Dr. Christopher Cameron

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

The Burned-over District Then and Now

Rebecca Campbell

Michigan State University

Missing Histories of Sexual Assault

Professor Margot Canaday

Princeton University

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

Dr. Julio Capó Jr.

Florida International University

Queer Spirits of New Orleans

Sean Carleton

University of Manitoba / Graphic History Collective

Graphic Histories and the Working Class

Dr. Tamar Carroll

Rochester Institute of Technology

Recovering/Reconstituting Contemporary Queer Politics

Dr. Daryl Carter

East Tennessee State University

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Mark Cave

The Historic New Orleans Collection

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Alix Chapman

Emory University

Queer Spirits of New Orleans

Dr. Elizabeth Charles

Department of State

Federal Jobs Workshop

Professor Robert Chase

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Books Through Bars: Stories from the Prison Books Movement: A New Book Roundtable

Mr. Eric Chavez

University of Texas at El Paso

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Ernesto Chavez

University of Texas at El Paso

Queering the U.S. History Survey and Beyond

Dr. Michelle Chen

Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations

What's Our Theory of the Labor Movement?

Professor Megan Cherry

North Carolina State University

Alcohol in Early America

Ann Chinn

Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project

Reckoning and Justice: Historical Memory, the Arts, and Commemoration

Kristen Chmielewski

Western Washington University

Schools and Disability Policies

Gilroy Chow

Mississippi Delta Chinese Heritage Museum

Asian American Public History and the U.S. South

Professor Christy Clark-Pujara

University of Wisconsin–Madison

The Black Midwest and Public Dialogue: Reclaiming Black History to Serve the Present

Dr. Dorothy Sue Cobble

Rutgers University

What's Our Theory of the Labor Movement?

Professor Kenneth Cohen

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian

Thriving as an Early Career Historian

Mx. Elio Colavito

University of Toronto

Queering Public History and Remembering Our Queer Past

Professor James Cook

University of Michigan

New Approaches to the History of the Culture Industries

Dr. Karen Cook Bell

Bowie State University

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Jersey Cosantino

Syracuse University

Mad Politics, Mad Communities

Dr. Sean Cosgrove

University of Southern California

Thriving as an Early Career Historian

Dr. Elizabeth Covart

Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

Histories' Publics: American Origin Stories

Professor Jefferson Cowie

Vanderbilt University

Anti-statism on the American Right

Jennifer Cramer

LSU Libraries Special Collections Williams Center for Oral History

In Service to Communities: Examples from Higher Education in Louisiana

Michael Patrick Cullinane

Dickinson State University / Theodore Roosevelt Association

Moving from Dissertation to Book

Minnita Daniel-Cox

University of Dayton

The Paul Laurence Dunbar Library and Archives Project

Dr. Anna Danziger Halperin

New-York Historical Society

Reform and Humanitarianism in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Hali Dardar

Bvlbancha Public Access

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

Dr. Lisa Davidson

NPS - National Historic Landmarks Program

Engaging Diverse Heritage through National Historic Landmarks

Dr. Joshua Clark Davis

University of Baltimore

Policing and Social Movements: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead

Professor Tracy Davis

Victor Valley College

“Many Hats We Wear”—Community College Faculty

Ms. Caridad de la Vega

National Park Service

Federal Jobs Workshop

Dr. Cate Denial

Knox College

Creating Effective Un-Essay Assignments

Dr. Nathalie Dessens

University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès

Making Race and Resisting Enslavement in Louisiana, 1608–1849

Dr. Hardeep Dhillon

University of Pennsylvania

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Dr. Aaron Dilday

Palo Alto College

Thriving as an Early Career Historian

Alan Dillingham

Spring Hill College

Global Indigenous Histories

Professor Hasia Diner

Immigration and ethnic history; American Jewish history

Semi/Centennial Retrospectives in Immigration History: Looking back at 1965 in 2015 and 1924 in 2024

Holger Droessler

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

New Directions in United States Empire

Ms. Anna Duensing

University of Virginia

Jewish Politics, Race, and Power in the 20th Century

Averill Earls

Dig: A History Podcast

You’re a Podcaster Now!

Averill Earls

Dig: A History Podcast

You’re a Podcaster Now!

Elodie Edwards-Grossi

University Paris Dauphine and Institut Universitaire de France

Environmental Justice in Post-War America

Dr. Douglas Egerton

Le Moyne College

Reconstruction Violence and Memory

Dr. Rene Esparza

Washington University in St. Louis

Queering the U.S. History Survey and Beyond

Sara Evenson

University at Albany, State University of New York

Public History Education: Emerging Scholars in a Changing Landscape

Dr. Ashley Farmer

University of Texas at Austin

Biography and the Black Freedom Struggle

Navid Farnia

Wayne State University

Racialized State Violence and Resistance

Dr. Johanna Fernández

Baruch College, City University of New York

Policing and Social Movements: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead

Dr. Johanna Fernández

Baruch College, City University of New York

Latinx Historians and Nuestras Comunidades: A Roundtable on Public Engagement

Dr. Shayne Leslie Figueroa

Food Historian

Roots and Branches: Using Family History in the Classroom

Professor Lori Flores

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

The Latinx South: New Directions and State of the Field

Dr. Stephanie Fortado

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Race, Labor and Policing in the United States

Dr. Matthew Fox-Amato

University of Idaho

What is the Photographic History of Reconstruction?

Professor Edward Frantz

University of Indianapolis

Policing and Protest in the 1960s Urban Midwest

Dr. Brian Frehner

University of Missouri–St. Louis

Navigating Climate Change in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Dr. Barbara Gannon

University of Central Florida

For Justice, For Peace: Veterans Battling for a Better America

Professor Maria Cristina Garcia

Cornell University

Disastres: The Politics of Disasters in Latin(x) America

Professor Sarah Gardner

Mercer University

Theatricality in the Civil War and Reconstruction

Josh Garrett-Davis

Autry Museum of the American West

Histories' Publics: American Origin Stories

Ms. Cory Ellen Gatrall

Elaine Marieb College of Nursing, UMASS Amherst

Nursing for the Common Good?: Health Activism, Social Justice, and the History of Nursing Work.

Ian Gavigan

Rutger, New Brunswick + University of Pennsylvania

Policing in the Progressive Era and Gilded Age

Grace Gipson

Virginia Commonwealth University

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Dr. Jarvis Givens

Harvard University

New Directions in Black Educational History

Lawrence Glickman

Cornell University

Anti-statism on the American Right

Dr. Tiffany González

University of Kansas

Mexican American Political Histories in the 20th Century

Gerald F. Goodwin

Onondaga Community College

Trauma: the Historiography of Harm, Healing, and Memory

Dayo Gore

Georgetown University

Racialized State Violence and Resistance

Mrs. Rebecca Graham

The Madeira School

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Brett Grainger

Villanova University

The Burned-over District Then and Now

John Reynolds Gram

Missouri State University

Trauma: the Historiography of Harm, Healing, and Memory

Dr. Anne Gray Fischer

University of Texas at Dallas

Policing and Social Movements: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead

Professor Walter Greason

Macalester College

Graphic Histories and the Working Class

Heather Green

The Historic New Orleans Collection

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Dr. Julie Greene

University of Maryland, College Park

What's Our Theory of the Labor Movement?

Ahmad Greene-Hayes

Harvard University

Queer Spirits of New Orleans

Cynthia Greenlee

Independent scholar

Abortion in the Nineteenth Century

Paul Gregor

Ohio State University

Schools and Disability Policies

Kate Gregory

Director, Mississippi Political Collections, Mississippi State University Libraries

The Cycle of Archives: Engaging Mississippians from the Processing Room to the Classroom

Dr. Matthew Guariglia

Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis; SUSIH

Policing in the Progressive Era and Gilded Age

Dr. Alycia Hall

Center for the Study of Slavery & Justice and John Carter Brown Library Joint Fellowship

Sovereignties in the Atlantic World: Black and Indigenous Intersections

Tikia K. Hamilton

Loyola University Chicago

New Directions in Black Educational History

Dr. Scott Hancock

Gettysburg College

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Professor Sarah Handley-Cousins

State University of New York at Buffalo

You’re a Podcaster Now!

Christina Hanhardt

University of Maryland

Recovering/Reconstituting Contemporary Queer Politics

Ms. Elizabeth Hargrett

University of California - Berkeley

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Dr. Andrew Hartman

Illinois State University

Lenin and the Americans: Perceptions, Policy and Polarization

Paul Harvey

University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Race, Communities of Faith, and Problematizing Practices of Exclusion

Professor Karissa Haugeberg

Tulane University

Supporting Pregnant-Capable Students in Abortion-Ban States

Ms. Chloe Hawkey

Johns Hopkins University

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

April Haynes

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Abortion in the Nineteenth Century

Dr. Annelise Heinz

University of Oregon

Queering Public History and Remembering Our Queer Past

Samuel Hernandez

University of Illinois Chicago

Public History Education: Emerging Scholars in a Changing Landscape

Professor Nancy Hewitt

National Collaborative for Women's History Sites

The Burned-over District Then and Now

Silas Margaret Heying

Lees McRae College

Getting the Story Straight: Queering Regional Identities

Professor Justene Hill Edwards

University of Virginia

The Republic Turns 250

Dr. Felipe Hinojosa

Texas A&M University

The Latinx South: New Directions and State of the Field

Professor Elizabeth Hinton

Yale University

History's Ashes: Fire, Race, and Resistance in U.S. History

Professor Yukako Hisada

Aichi Prefectural University

Teaching the American Revolution around the World

Dr. Ai Hisano

Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo

The Business of Novelty: Commercializing Sensory Experiences in Consumer Markets

Vanessa Holden

University of Kentucky

Honoring the 20th Anniversary of Closer to Freedom

Kwame Holmes

Bard College

New Histories of Neoliberalism

Dr. Benjamin Holtzman

Lehman College, City University of New York

Perspectives on U.S. Neoliberalism

Jacquelyne Howard

Newcomb College Institute of Tulane University

Incorporating Digital and Data Methods in History Projects

Kenna Howat Felix

National Museum of the U.S. Army

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Dr. Joseph Hower

Southwestern University

Environmental Justice in Post-War America

Ms. Mallory Huard

The Pennsylvania State University

Teaching Gender in 2024: Opportunities, Challenges, and Future Directions

Dr. Margaret Huettl

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Dr. Antwain Hunter

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Alcohol in Early America

Dr. Daniel Immerwahr

Northwestern University

History's Ashes: Fire, Race, and Resistance in U.S. History

Dr. Michael Innis-Jiménez

University of Alabama

Disastres: The Politics of Disasters in Latin(x) America

Dr. Julia Irwin

Louisiana State University

Moving from Dissertation to Book

Dr. Jillian Marie Jacklin

University of Wisconsin–Green Bay

The "mud of thirty states:" Making Midwestern Connections to the Mississippi

Dr. Catherine Jacquet

Louisiana State University

Responding to Rape: Activism, State Power, and the Law

Tessa Jagger

Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses

New Orleans Food: In Public Space, in Public Memory

Dr. Katrina Jagodinsky

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Professor Winston James

University of California, Irvine

Biography and the Black Freedom Struggle

Dr. Robert Jefferson

University of New Mexico

For Justice, For Peace: Veterans Battling for a Better America

Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries

The Ohio State University

Black Power and Struggles for Freedom and Democracy in the 1960s

Dr. Audra Jennings

Western Kentucky University

Teaching Disabilty History: A Roundtable Discussion

Dr. Marissa Jenrich

California State University, Northridge

The Contradictions of Freedom: Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the Antebellum U.S.

Dr. Deanda Johnson

National Park Service

Trauma: the Historiography of Harm, Healing, and Memory

Dr. Ashley Johnson Bavery

Eastern Michigan University

New Perspectives on Gender and Migration in the United States

Caroline Johnston

Vanderbilt University

Anti-statism on the American Right

Professor Robert D. Johnston

University of Illinois Chicago

History Departments Rethinking Curriculum and Teaching

Dr. Christopher Jones

Brigham Young University

Roots and Branches: Using Family History in the Classroom

Dr. Jennifer Dominique Jones

University of Michigan

Recovering/Reconstituting Contemporary Queer Politics

Melissa Janczewski Jones

Mississippi College

Reconstruction Violence and Memory

Dr. William Jones

Race and labor in the 20th Century U.S.

Race, Labor and Policing in the United States

Dr. Cherisse Jones-Branch

Arkansas State University

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Professor Stephanie Jones-Rogers

University of California, Berkeley

The Contradictions of Freedom: Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the Antebellum U.S.

Professor Jane Kamensky

Harvard University

Teaching the American Revolution around the World

Professor Yuki Kato

Georgetown University

New Orleans Food: In Public Space, in Public Memory

Professor Michael Kazin

Georgetown University

What's Our Theory of the Labor Movement?

Mr. K. Howell Keiser, Jr.

Louisiana State University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Professor Catherine E. Kelly

Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

The Republic Turns 250

Jax Kelly

Let's Kick ASS (AIDS Survivor Syndrome) Palm Springs

HIV/AIDS In Second Wave Cities: Beyond the Bicoastal Narrative

Dr. Jennifer Kerns

Portland State University

Florida and Academic Freedom

Ms. Peggy King Jorde

King Jorde Cultural Projects Consulting

Reckoning and Justice: Historical Memory, the Arts, and Commemoration

Andrew Klein

University of California, Los Angeles

Money Talks: Navigating Identity and Consumer Culture

Tremaine Knighten-Riley

Leona Tate Foundation for Change, Inc.

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Glik Koffink

Oregon State University

Mad Politics, Mad Communities

Terry Kogan

University of Utah College of Las

Public Bathrooms in the United States: Past, Present, and Future

Dr. Julilly Kohler-Hausmann

Cornell University

New Histories of Neoliberalism

Dr. Kallie Kosc

Oklahoma State University

Roots and Branches: Using Family History in the Classroom

Dr. Julia Rose Kraut

Historical Society of the New York Courts

Policing in the Progressive Era and Gilded Age

Professor Barbara Krauthamer

Emory University

Honoring the 20th Anniversary of Closer to Freedom

Ms. Hannah Kreiger-Benson

Musician and cultural economy advocate

Frenchmen Notes: Building a Public Digital Humanities Project on a New Orleans Music Scene

Ms. Nur Laiq

Oxford University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Larissa Lam

Far East Deep South/New Day Films

Asian American Public History and the U.S. South

Mélanie Lamotte

University of Texas at Austin

Making Race and Resisting Enslavement in Louisiana, 1608–1849

Dr. Sara Lampert

University of South Dakota

Theatricality in the Civil War and Reconstruction

Dr. Jonathan Lande

Purdue University

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Dr. Allison Lange

Wentworth Institute of Technology

What is the Photographic History of Reconstruction?

Dr. Teishan A. Latner

Thomas Jefferson University

Biography and the Black Freedom Struggle

Dwynesha Lavigne

Deelightful Roux School of Cooking & Southern Food & Beverage Museum

Creole Italian: Food History and Culture of New Orleans’ Sicilian Community

Professor Anna Law

City University of New York, Brooklyn College

Practicing Immigration and Ethnic History Beyond the Classroom

Victoria Law

journalist, author, co-founder Books Through Bars NYC

Books Through Bars: Stories from the Prison Books Movement: A New Book Roundtable

Dr. Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders

University of Colorado Boulder

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Dr. Jean-Pierre Le Glaunec

Université de Sherbrooke

Making Race and Resisting Enslavement in Louisiana, 1608–1849

Sarah Lee

University of California, Berkeley

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Scierra LeGarde

Organization of American Historians

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

Dr. James Levy

Race and Place Coalition; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; U.S. Race and ethnicity, public history

The Black Midwest and Public Dialogue: Reclaiming Black History to Serve the Present

Dr. Carl Lindskoog

Raritan Valley Community College

The Immigration Quota Acts a Century Later: Roots and Long Shadows

Ms. Nikki Locklear

Duke University

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Alecia Long

Louisiana State University

Queer Spirits of New Orleans

Dr. Anthony Macias

University of California, Riverside

Money Talks: Navigating Identity and Consumer Culture

Dr. Lauren MacIvor Thompson

Kennesaw State University

Moving from Dissertation to Book

Jenna Mae

Artists of Public Memory Commission

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

Ms. Haleigh Marcello

University of California, Irvine

Queering Public History and Remembering Our Queer Past

Professor Maddalena Marinari

Gustavus Adolphus College

The Immigration Quota Acts a Century Later: Roots and Long Shadows

Dr. Waldo Martin Jr.

University of California, Berkeley

Black Power and Struggles for Freedom and Democracy in the 1960s

Amanda Martinez

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Pillars of Music Row: Analyzing the Power Structure of Nashville’s Music Industry

Dr. Jaime Amanda Martinez

University of North Carolina at Pembroke

The Origins of the Summer 2020 in the Civil War Era

Sarena Martinez

University of Oxford

Perspectives on U.S. Neoliberalism

Dr. Elizabeth Garner Masarik

State University of New York Brockport

You’re a Podcaster Now!

Dr. Erin Mauldin

University of South Florida

Navigating Climate Change in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Dr. Lindsey Maxwell

Florida International University

Past Forward: How to Use Video Games in the Teaching of History

Dr. Claire Mayo, Ph.D.

Environmental and cultural historian of modern France

Thriving as an Early Career Historian

Dr. Theresa McCulla

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

New Orleans Food: In Public Space, in Public Memory

Whitney McIntosh

Columbia University

Anti-statism on the American Right

Dr. Sarah McNamara

Texas A&M University

The Latinx South: New Directions and State of the Field

Dr. Mary McPartland

National Park Service

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Sarah Meacham

Virginia Commonwealth University

Alcohol in Early America

Dustin Meier

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Navigating Climate Change in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Ms. Sarah Meiners

Cornell University

New Directions in United States Empire

Verónica Méndez

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

Elements of Joy: Pop Culture as a Method for Resistance and Celebration in the 20th Century United States

Dr. Molly Mersmann

Marshall University

Race and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America

Professor Derek Miller

Harvard University

New Approaches to the History of the Culture Industries

Dr. La Shonda Mims

University of Birmingham, UK

Getting the Story Straight: Queering Regional Identities

Dr. Rose Miron

D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies

Building Public History Projects that Serve Native Communities: The Indigenous Chicago Project

Brian Mitchell

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Graphic Histories and the Working Class

Professor Mary Niall Mitchell

University of New Orleans

Streets, Swamps and the Circuits of Fugitive Knowledge in 19th-century America

Abigail Modaff

University of Houston

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Professor Anthony Mora

University of Michigan

New Perspectives on Gender and Migration in the United States

Professor Daniel Morales

Virginia Commonwealth University

What Do You See When You See Us? Migrants and the Mexican Government 1930–1980

Dr. Gene Morales

El Paso Community College - Mission Del Paso

Mexican American Political Histories in the 20th Century

Cecilia Moscardó del Castillo

Exhibition Designer

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Dr. Brian Mueller

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

For Justice, For Peace: Veterans Battling for a Better America

Eric Muller

University of North Carolina, School of Law

Past Wrongs, Future Choices: A Conversation on Global Nikkei Incarceration

Professor Kevin Mumford

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Recovering/Reconstituting Contemporary Queer Politics

Mr. Mircea Munteanu

U.S. Department of State

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Dr. Ryan Murphy

Earlham College

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

Raka Nandi

The Memphis Museum of Science and History

Y’all Means All: Doing Queer Southern Public History Now

Professor Philip Napoli

Brooklyn College, City University of New York

Using Oral History to Explore Veterans Stories

Elaina Nelson

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Queering Public History and Remembering Our Queer Past

Jessamyn Neuhaus

State University of New York at Plattsburgh

Creating Effective Un-Essay Assignments

Patricia Noboa Ortega

University of Puerto Rico at Cayey

Missing Histories of Sexual Assault

Jacopo Nocchi

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

New Directions in Disability History: A Lightning Round from the Disability History Association

Alona Norwood

Black in Appalachia; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Building a Community Archive: African Americans in Southern Appalachia

Kristin Oberiano

Wesleyan University

New Directions in United States Empire

Mx. Shay Olmstead

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

Joseph Orser

University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire

Asian American Public History and the U.S. South

Robert Osgood

Independent Scholar and former Fulbright Scholar

Schools and Disability Policies

Dr. Katherine Ott

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian

Missing Histories of Sexual Assault

Dr. Katherine Ott

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian

Trauma-informed Teaching and Learning

Dr. Emily Owens

Brown University

Missing Histories of Sexual Assault

Dr. Erika Pani

El Colegio de México

Teaching the American Revolution around the World

Anar Parikh

Anthropology

Asian American Public History

Dr. Brendan J.J. Payne

North Greenville University

Race, Communities of Faith, and Problematizing Practices of Exclusion

Dr. Kent Peacock

Northwestern State University of Louisiana

In Service to Communities: Examples from Higher Education in Louisiana

Tony Pecinovsky

St. Louis Workers Education Society

Fear of a Socialist America: Black Radicals face Right-Wing Anti-Communism

Dr. Vernon Pedersen

American University of Sharjah

Lenin and the Americans: Perceptions, Policy and Polarization

Damanpreet Pelia

American Studies, Yale University

Mapping the Encounter Between Religion and Empire in American History

Dr. Dylan Penningroth

University of California, Berkeley

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Professor Erika Pérez

University of Arizona

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Frank Perez

The LGBT+ Archives Project of Louisiana

Y’all Means All: Doing Queer Southern Public History Now

Kendric Perkins

The Historic New Orleans Collection

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Professor Giuliana Perrone

University of California, Santa Barbara

Race and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America

Dr. Wesley Phelps

University of North Texas

Getting the Story Straight: Queering Regional Identities

Mary Phillips

Lehman College, City University of New York

Biography and the Black Freedom Struggle

Jean-Luc Pierite

North American Indian Center of Boston

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

David Ponton III

University of South Florida

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Leslie Poster

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

Disability and Accessibility in Public History

Dr. Julie Prieto

U.S. Army Center of Military History

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Dr. Kimberly Probolus-Cedroni

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC)

Asian American Public History

Adam Quinn

University of Oregon. Speciality: Environmental history, history of technology

Environmental Justice in Post-War America

Dr. Einav Rabinovitch-Fox

Case Western Reserve University

Moving from Dissertation to Book

Estevan Rael-Gálvez

Executive Director, Native Bound Unbound / School for Advanced Research

Histories' Publics: American Origin Stories

Dr. Antonio Ramirez

Elgin Community College

New Perspectives on Gender and Migration in the United States

Dr. Yuridia Ramírez

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Latinx Historians and Nuestras Comunidades: A Roundtable on Public Engagement

Dr. Nic John Ramos

Drexel University

Queering the U.S. History Survey and Beyond

Sherie Randolph

Georgia Institute of Technology

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Professor Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Reckoning with Masculinity in Intellectual History

Sharon D. Raynor

Elizabeth City State University

Using Oral History to Explore Veterans Stories

Dr. Pedro Regalado

Stanford University

New Histories of Neoliberalism

Elysha Rei

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Past Wrongs, Future Choices: A Conversation on Global Nikkei Incarceration

Dr. Gary Reichard

California State University, Long Beach

HIV/AIDS In Second Wave Cities: Beyond the Bicoastal Narrative

Professor Michael Rembis

State University of New York at Buffalo

Mad Politics, Mad Communities

Professor Paul Renfro

Florida State University

New Histories of Neoliberalism

Mr. Mark Reynolds

University of California, Riverside

Race and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America

Dr. Marissa Rhodes

You’re a Podcaster Now!

Virginia Richard

MOWA Band of Choctaw; Bvlbancha Collective; Okla Hina Ikhish Holo; Hachotakni Haco

BvlbanchaPast, Present, Future

Dominik Rigoll

Leibniz-Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam (ZZF)

Global Fascist and Right-Wing Movements: Historicizing the Present Moment

Dr. Chantel Rodriguez

Minnesota Historical Society

Remixing Frequencies: Public and Digital Methods to Showcase History

Dr. Jessica Choppin Roney

Temple University

The Republic Turns 250

Miss Elena Marie Rosario

University of Michigan

Emerging Interdisciplinary Approaches in Immigration History

Professor Paul Rosier

Villanova University

Environmental Justice in Post-War America

Dr. James Ross-Nazzal

Houston Community College

Money Talks: Navigating Identity and Consumer Culture

Dr. Dan Royles

Florida International University

Florida and Academic Freedom

Professor Anne Sarah Rubin

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Connecting People to the Past in New Ways: Three Civil War Digital History Projects.

Dr. Terrance Rucker

U.S. House of Representatives

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Taneil Ruffin

Princeton University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Dr. Honor Sachs

University of Colorado Boulder

Linking Legal Pasts to Legal Presents

Dr. Nora Salas

Kutsche Office of Local History, Grand Valley State University

Public Memory and State Historical Markers: A University and Latinx Community Collaboration in Michigan

Ms. Liliana Sampedro

University of California, San Diego

Global Indigenous Histories

Dr. Crystal Sanders

Emory University

New Directions in Black Educational History

Ms. Mattea Sanders

United States Air Force

How Federal Historians Identify and Address Historical Harm

Dr. Myrna Santiago

Saint Mary's College of California

Disastres: The Politics of Disasters in Latin(x) America

Dr. Virginia Scharff

University of New Mexico

Histories' Publics: American Origin Stories

Maureen Schlangen

University of Dayton

The Paul Laurence Dunbar Library and Archives Project

Mr. Hooper Schultz

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Partnering for Queer History: Community-based Archive/Oral History Work in LGBTQ+ History

Dr. Rahima Schwenkbeck

Business Historian

Money Talks: Navigating Identity and Consumer Culture

Marc Schwietring

History of far-right & far-right politics

Global Fascist and Right-Wing Movements: Historicizing the Present Moment

Dr. Anne Searcy

Musicology, Dance Studies

The Mind Is a Muscle: Dance as an Approach to History

Ian Seavey

Yale University/Texas A&M University

Disastres: The Politics of Disasters in Latin(x) America

Mr. Eric Seiferth

The Historic New Orleans Collection

NOLA Resistance: A Collaborative Public History Project

Mr. Juhwan Seo

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC)

Asian American Public History

Dr. Lauren Lassabe Shepherd

University of New Orleans

Anti-statism on the American Right

Dr. Adam Shprintzen

Marywood University

Roots and Branches: Using Family History in the Classroom

Dr. Tina Shull

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Racialized State Violence and Resistance

Dr. Katherine Sibley

Saint Joseph’s University

Lenin and the Americans: Perceptions, Policy and Polarization

Professor Nina Silber

Boston University

Families, Freedom, and the Legacies of Enslavement

Gaila Sims

Fredericksburg Area Museum

Families, Freedom, and the Legacies of Enslavement

Professor Manisha Sinha

University of Connecticut

What is the Photographic History of Reconstruction?

Dr. Emily Skidmore

Texas Tech University

Queering the U.S. History Survey and Beyond

Caleb Smith

Brandeis University

Perspectives on U.S. Neoliberalism

Professor Jordan Smith

Widener University

Alcohol in Early America

Julia Smith

University of Manitoba / Graphic History Collective

Graphic Histories and the Working Class

Ms. Melissa Smith

Archival and Research Consultant

In Service to Communities: Examples from Higher Education in Louisiana

Rebecca Snedeker

New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, Tulane University

Asian American Migration, Labor, and Civil Rights in Louisiana History

Dr. Seema Sohi

University of Colorado Boulder

The Immigration Quota Acts a Century Later: Roots and Long Shadows

Jennifer Speed

Texas State University

The Paul Laurence Dunbar Library and Archives Project

Mr. Philip Staffelli-Suel

Middle Tennessee State University

HIV/AIDS In Second Wave Cities: Beyond the Bicoastal Narrative

Josee Starr

Arikara, Omaha, Odawa; Mitchell Museum of the American Indian

Building Public History Projects that Serve Native Communities: The Indigenous Chicago Project

Dr. Zachary Stein

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

In Service to Communities: Examples from Higher Education in Louisiana

Dr. William Stell

New York University

Queer Spirits of New Orleans

Professor Brenda Stevenson

Abortion in the Nineteenth Century

Dr. Whitney Stewart

University of Texas at Dallas

Honoring the 20th Anniversary of Closer to Freedom

Shreya Subramani

City University of New York, John Jay College

Disaster Capitalism and Working in New Orleans: Ethnographic Perspectives

Maigen Sullivan

Invisible Histories Project

Y’all Means All: Doing Queer Southern Public History Now

Dr. Patricia Sullivan

University of South Carolina

Black Power and Struggles for Freedom and Democracy in the 1960s

Dr. Tomás Summers Sandoval

Pomona College

Using Oral History to Explore Veterans Stories

Professor Nicholas Syrett

University of Kansas

Abortion in the Nineteenth Century

Akane Takahashi

University of Southern California

Race, Labor, and Politics in Contested American Work Spaces

T.J. Tallie

University of San Diego

Global Indigenous Histories

Randa Tawil

Women an Gender Studies; Texas Christian University

New Perspectives on Gender and Migration in the United States

Dr. Jennifer Taylor

Duquesne University

Reconstruction Violence and Memory

Dr. Will Tchakirides

Independent Historian

Policing and Protest in the 1960s Urban Midwest

Dr. Lynnell Thomas

University of Massachusetts Boston

New Orleans Food: In Public Space, in Public Memory

Professor Megan Threlkeld

Denison University

Policing and Protest in the 1960s Urban Midwest

Professor Elizabeth Todd-Breland

University of Illinois Chicago

Perspectives on U.S. Neoliberalism

Dr. Ashley Towle

University of Southern Maine

Families, Freedom, and the Legacies of Enslavement

Professor Emily E. LB. Twarog

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Trends in University Programs for Labor Education: Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future

Katie Uva

Baruch College, City University of New York

Queering the U.S. History Survey and Beyond

Miguel Valerio

Washington University in St. Louis

Sovereignties in the Atlantic World: Black and Indigenous Intersections

Mr. Jonathan van Harmelen

University of California, Santa Cruz

Past Wrongs, Future Choices: A Conversation on Global Nikkei Incarceration

Dr. Lara Vapnek

Saint John's University

Trauma: the Historiography of Harm, Healing, and Memory

Steve Velasquez

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

Remixing Frequencies: Public and Digital Methods to Showcase History

Dr. Cécile Vidal

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris, France)

State of the Field: Early Louisiana Studies—Looking Back, Looking Forward

Dr. Jaipreet Virdi

University of Delaware

Teaching Disabilty History: A Roundtable Discussion

Dr. Sam Vong

Smithsonian Institution

Asian American Public History and the U.S. South

Bryan Wagner

University of California, Berkeley

Making Race and Resisting Enslavement in Louisiana, 1608–1849

Emma Waldie

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Mad Politics, Mad Communities

Professor Kimberly Wallace-Sanders

African American Studies; Emory University

What is the Photographic History of Reconstruction?

Shuichi Wanibuchi

Meiji University, Tokyo

Teaching the American Revolution around the World

Harry Watson

University of North Carolina

The Republic Turns 250

Nick Weldon

The Historic New Orleans Collection

Graphic Histories and the Working Class

Dr. Judith Wellman

State University of New York at Oswego

The Burned-over District Then and Now

Dr. Laura Westhoff

University of Missouri–St. Louis

History Departments Rethinking Curriculum and Teaching

Professor Laura Wexler

Yale University

What is the Photographic History of Reconstruction?

Kimberly White

University of Pennsylvania

Emerging Interdisciplinary Approaches in Immigration History

Georga-Kay Whyte

Brown University

Graduate Student Research Lightning Round

Ms. Meagan Wierda

Université de Montréal

Racialized State Violence and Resistance

Professor Jessica Wilkerson

West Virginia University

Building a Community Archive: African Americans in Southern Appalachia

Elizabeth Williams

National Food & Beverage Foundation

Creole Italian: Food History and Culture of New Orleans’ Sicilian Community

Dr. Madeline Williams

The University of Chicago

Teaching Disabilty History: A Roundtable Discussion

Dr. Lane Windham

Georgetown University / Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor

Queering Work: LGBT Labor Histories

Reba Wissner

Columbus State University

Creating Effective Un-Essay Assignments

Amanda K Wixon

University of California, Riverside, Autry Museum of the American West

Histories' Publics: American Origin Stories

Augustus Wood

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Race, Labor and Policing in the United States

Dr. Ben Wright

University of Texas at Dallas

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Beverly Wright

Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Founder and Executive Director

Are We Clearing the Air or Troubling the Water?: Can History Really Help Achieve Environmental Justice?

Dr. Miller Wright

Old Dominion University

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Dr. Leah Wright Rigueur

Johns Hopkins University

Perspectives on U.S. Neoliberalism

Bingqing Xue

Fudan University, Shanghai

Teaching the American Revolution around the World

Professor Fay Yarbrough

Rice University

Teaching American Identity with Primary Sources

Dr. Grace Yasumura

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Asian American Public History

Sheldon Yeakley

Oklahoma State University

Racialized State Violence and Resistance

Dr. Ashley Rose Young

Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

New Orleans Food: In Public Space, in Public Memory

Dr. Darius Young

Florida A&M University

Florida and Academic Freedom

Professor Elliott Young

Lewis & Clark College

Global Indigenous Histories

Dr. Jasmin Young

University of California, Riverside

Policing and Social Movements: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead

Dr. Pearl Young

University of Houston-Clear Lake

Race, Communities of Faith, and Problematizing Practices of Exclusion

Professor Stephanie Yuhl

Holy Cross/Worcester Historical Museum

Partnering for Queer History: Community-based Archive/Oral History Work in LGBTQ+ History

Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

George Mason University

The Republic Turns 250

Dr. Ben Zdencanovic

University of California, Los Angeles

New Histories of Neoliberalism