Ninth Annual Conference: The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
June 6-8, 2003, New Orleans
Hosted by the Deep South Regional Humanities Center at Tulane University, The Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana State Museum
These annual conferences have been specifically designed to serve as a forum for the rich variety of work underway in the early American field. Organized exclusively by calls for papers and panels and held in a different geographic region each year, these meetings are intended to bring together and facilitate exchanges among junior and senior scholars from several disciplines who share a common interest in the history and culture of early America.
Please see the given website to view the entire conference program.
There is no registration for the conference. To help us assure adequate space in meeting rooms and for receptions, please complete the form found on the website. This form must also be used to make reservations and pay for special events in which you wish to participate.
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