The Virginia Forum. April 7–8, 2006. A conference on Virginia history and related fields held in Winchester, Virginia, and sponsored by Shenandoah University and the Library of Virginia. Virginia has never possessed an organization or annual meeting for those researching, writing, interpreting, and teaching the history of the commonwealth. The Forum is intended to address this deficiency and establish a precedent for future meetings in which an evolving scholarship of Virginia history can be developed. This event will be of interest to students, teachers, and scholars, as well as historical professionals from museums, historical societies, historic sites, and all related fields including public history, preservation, geography, literature, and archaeology. Warren Hofstra and Brent Tarter are conference chairs. For the conference program or registration information, see the conference website under the conferences tab at www.theknowledgepoint.org or contact Sandy Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-535-3543.
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