AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION|
JANUARY 4-7, 2001
H-NET: HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ONLINE
Visit H-Net in booth 136 in the Marriott's University of Masschusetts
Exhibit Hall. Hours: Thursday, January 4, 3-7 PM; Friday and Saturday,
January 5 and 6, 9 AM - 6 PM; and Sunday, January 7, 9 AM - 12 noon.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4
9:30 AM-4:30 PM: Marriott, Grand Ballroom Salons B/C/D. H-Net
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5
9:30 - 11:30 AM: Marriott. Suffolk Room. Session 1.
and Learning in U.S. History through New Technologies
Chair: Sara Tucker, Washburn
"Rethinking the Survey Course for the
Internet: The University of
Christopher L. Miller, University of Texas--Pan American
"Teaching United States
History 1916-1945 Using Internet Resoruces
Jules Tygiel, San Francisco State University
"Creating and Evaluating a
Multimedia Teaching/Learning Package
Jeffrey Greene, Houghton Mifflin Company
Comment: Paula Evans Petrik, University of Maine at Orono
2:30 - 4:30 PM: Marriott, Grand Ballroom. Salon H. Joint session with the
AHA. Historical Publishing in the Digital Age: Revisiting Stevan Harnad's
Chair: Stevan Harnad,
University of South Hampton
Michael Jon Jensen, The National Academy Press
Stanley N. Katz, Princeton University
Paul Turnbull, Autralian National University
Comment: Melanie Shell-Weiss, Michigan State University
2:30-4:30 PM: Marriott, Suffolk Room. Session 3. Primacy to the Event? The
New Technologies and the Narrative Mode
Chair: Janice Reiff, University of California at Los Angeles
"'Pictures with Light and Motion':
Spatializing the Narratives of
the English Court Masque"
Ross Parry, University of Leicester
"The Attack on the President
of Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, 5th
November 1897: The Narration of the Moment"
Frank Colson, Association for Information Management
"The Comprehension of the
Image: Power and the Dutch Republic,
1588: Narrative as Hierarchy and Linearity"
Andrew Sawyer, University of Southampton
"Chicago 1919": Narrative as
Jean Colson, Association for Information Management
Comment: Janice Reiff
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6
9:30-11:30 AM: Marriott, Suffolk Room. Session 4. Graduate Training in the
Digital Age: A Roundtable Discussion of What History Departments Should be
Chair: Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, Michigan State University
Abdul Alkalimat, University of Toldeo
David Herr, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Patrick Manning, Northeastern University
Janice Reiff, University of California at Los Angeles
9:30-11:30 AM: John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, Dave Powers Room.
Session 5, joint with the Association for the Bibliography of History.
Research in the Presidential Libraries: The View from the FDR and JFK
Chair: James P. Niessen, Texas Tech University Libraries
Allida M. Black, George Washington University
Nancy Godleski, Yale University Libraries
Maura Porter, John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
Ray Teichman, Franklin D. Roosevelt LIbrary
Thomas Whalen, Boston University
2:30-4:30 PM: Marriott, Suffolk Room. Session 6. Engaging with K-12 History
Education: Collaborative Models for Using Educational Technology
Chair: Jana Flores, California Historical-Social Science Project
"Project RiverWeb in the
Ian Binnington, University of Illinois at
Orville Vernon Burton, University of Illinois at
"Content and Pedagogy in
Tandem: Working with the New York City
Bret Eynon, American Social History Project
"Archives in Action: Building
Online Curriculum Projects"
Michael Fegan, Michigan State University
Comment: Marilyn Levine, Lewis Clark State College
2:30-4:30 PM: Marriott, Wellesley Room. Session 7. Third Annual Bill-Cecil
Fronsman Teaching Innovation Panel: Digital Teaching Diamonds: Best
Resources and Methods for Teaching History
Chair: Kelly A. Woestman, Pittsburg State University
"Digital World History Teaching Methods and Resources: What Do I
Use and Where Do I Get It"
Sara Tucker, Washburn University
"Teaching US History with Technology: What World and What Doesn't"
Steven Mintz, University of Houston
Comment: Kelly A. Woestman
8:00 PM - whenever: H-Net Reception -- All are invited. 55
Huntington Ave. Prudential Center (Across from the Westin Copley)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 7
8:30-10:30 AM: Sheraton, Fairfax Room A. Joint session with the AHA
Teaching Division. Multiple Voices/Multiple Narratives: Historical Methods
and Undergraduate Education in the Digital Age
Chair: Gustav L. Seligmann, University of North Texas
"Teaching Undergraduate Historical
Methods in the Internet Age"
Melvin E. Page, East Tennessee State University
Penny M. Sonnenburg, East Tennessee State University
"The Challenge of Traditional
Methodology and Modern Technology:
Local Oral Histories, the Internet, and the History Undergraduate"
Jacquelyn Kent, Florida Gulf Coast University
"Constructing Narratives in the
Digital Age: Teaching
Undergraduate Research Methods in Early Modern European History"
Michael J. Galgano, James Madison University
"Creating a New Narrative: The Promise
and Pitfalls of a
Computer-Based Historical Methods Course"
Peter Field, Tennessee Technological University
Comment: The Audience
8:30-10:30 AM: Marriott, Suffolk Room. Session 9. Exploring the Promise of
the Web for Integrating a Health Narrative into the History of Modern
Chair: Janet Tighe, University of Pennsylvania
"Using Medical History to Illuminate Survey Themes through a
Web-Based Problem-Solving Approach to U.S. History since 1865"
Kathleen W. Jones, Virginia Polytechnic and State University
"Cutting Edge: Surgery and American Technological Aspirations at
Jennifer Gunn, University of Minnesota
"Letting Form Follow Function: Using Web-Based Resources for More
than Just an Electronic Syllabus"
Nathan Ensmenger, University of Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Toon, University of Pennsylvania
Audra Wolfe, University of Pennsylvania
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Mariott, Suffolk Room. Session 10. Making History:
Exhibitions in the Digital Age
Chair: Russell Lewis, Chicago Historical Society
"Text and Context: Historical Exhibitions and the Web"
Carl J. Smith, Northwestern University
"Giving Voice to History on the Web"
David Bailey, Michigan State University
Mark Krasovic, Yale University