Summer is a time to soak in history. Register today for the first ever Organization of American Historians Midwestern Regional Conference, 3-6 August 2000, in Ames, Iowa.
Full details are available at our website, listed below,
or call or email us. The address and phone number are also below.
On Friday and Saturday, conference goers can choose from among 51 sessions on a wide range of topics. In addition, OAH Professional Development Certificates will be offered to pre-collegiate history teachers in attendance.
New for an OAH conference will be state-of-the-art sessions designed to introduce an area of scholarship and its recent historiographical developments. Some of these panels include the following:
Dick Jensen, University of Illinois at Chicago
Mark Summers, University of Kentucky
Alan Lichtman, American University
Women's History vs. Gender History
Lee Ann Whites, University of Missouri
Catherine Kelly, University of Oklahoma
Peter Rachleff, Macalester University
David Montgomery, Yale University
Kimberly Phillips, College of William and Mary
Ten Ownby, University of Mississippi
Paul E. Johnson, University of South Carolina
Charles Cohen, University of Wisconsin
Native American History
Donald Fixico, Purdue University
Jackie Thompson-Rand, University of Iowa
The conference is cosponsored by the Iowa State University Department of History. Registration for OAH members before 14 July 2000 is $40.00, or $20.00 for OAH student and History Educator members. Non-member registration is $45.00 before 14 July, or $25.00 for non-member student and K-12 teachers.
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