The History and Culture Program at the Caspersen School of
Graduate Studies, Drew University, is pleased to announce a two day conference exploring the present state and future potential of Civil War and Reconstruction-era studies on March 30-31, 2012.
The conference will commence Friday evening, March 30 with a
reception and keynote address. The keynote address,
“Guerrillas Then and Now,” will be delivered by Daniel
Sutherland of the University of Arkansas. Sutherland’s A
Savage Conflict (2009) won the Society for Civil War History’s prestigious Thomas Watson Brown prize in 2010.
Panel sessions will be held Friday evening and Saturday morning in Mead Hall on Drew’s campus, and the conference will culminate in a luncheon and roundtable discussion on the future of Civil War history with recognized scholars in the field.
Further information on the conference’s schedule, registration, and lodging accommodations
can be found at the conference website:
Any further questions may be directed to the conference committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fee for the conference is $ 50.00 and includes the Friday evening reception, Saturday morning breakfast and luncheon. All conference attendees including moderators and presenters are required to register and may do so online. Payment may be by check or money order made out to "Drew University" and mailed to the following address:
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies
SW Bowne Hall
Madison, NJ 07940
ATTN: CW Conference
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