American Association for State and Local History (AASLH)
Hosts Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana
September 12 - 15, 2001
Nashville, TN - AASLH members will come together in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 12 - 15, 2001. The annual meeting will bring together colleagues from all over the United States and Canada to examine the theme, "Our Cultural Heritage: Community Partnerships for the Future." Our keynote speaker, Charles Osgood, anchor of CBS News Sunday Morning will discuss the difference between news and history. Plenary speakers will include Donald Davidson, historian for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Dr. Gene Tempel, executive director for The Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University. Sessions and workshops will include discussions on collaborations in local communities, museum management, digital technology for cultural sites, museum education, heritage tourism, preservation, and community issues.
The annual meeting will also provide opportunities for attendees to socialize, network, and learn about new products and services from over 60 exhibitors. Special events and tours have been planned to give attendees a sample of the city's cultural diversity.
Come join your colleagues and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Circle City. For more information on the meeting, contact the AASLH office at (615) 320-3203 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Annual meeting information is available on the AASLH website at www.aaslh.org. Preliminary programs will be mailed to the AASLH membership in June 2001.
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