"Defining the Nation: Exploring the Impact of the Marshall Court"
February 2-3, 2001
As a part of the Bicentennial Celebration of John Marshall's Appointment as Chief Justice of the United States, Marshall University will host a multidisciplinary conference entitled "Defining the Nation: Exploring the Impact of the Marshall Court." Proposals for single papers and panels from the fields of history, law, political science, public administration, economics, literary theory, and other disciplines are welcome. Papers treating the political culture, economic context, and social milieu of the early national period as well as those relating to the relationship of the Marshall Court to Native American groups are especially welcome. Single paper proposals should include a one page abstract and c.v.: panel proposals should include an abstract and c.v. for each presenter. The Drinko Academy will assist in identifying chairs and discussants for panels. Please send materials to: Dr. Alan Gould at address below.
The deadline for submissions in November 1, 2000.
Alan Gould, Executive Director
John Deaver Drinko Academy
400 Hal Greer Boulevard
Huntington, WV 25755
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