Chesapeake | Georgia/Florida
| Greater New York City | Metropolitan
Midwest | Midwest
England | Philadelphia
Rhode Island |
Saint Louis | South
Atlantic | Southern
California | Southwest
New York and Southern Ontario
8, 2001—Conference: "Reconsidering Current Fashions in Historical Interpretation,"
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Historian as Political Activist: The Legacy of Michel Foucault"
Windschuttle, Macleay College
James Hevia, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
and the Historians' Imagination"
Arnesen, University of Illinois at Chicago
Robert Korstad, Duke University
25, 2000 Warren Lerner, Duke University, "A Postmortem of the Soviet
Union" University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Diggins, "John Adams: Political Philosopher," George Washington
7, 2001 Randolph Vigne, "The Personal Crusade of a Journalist Against
Apartheid in South Africa" Towson University
18, 2001 "What's Left of Marx?" This event dealt with issues recently
raised by Robert Skidelsky in a November 19, 2000 New York Review of
Books review of a postmodern biography of Karl Marx. A distinguished
panel of scholars, including Martin Sklar (Bucknell University), Mark Tushnet
(Georgetown Law School), Michael Ledeen (American Enterprise Institute)
and John Fonte (Hudson Institute) discussed what remains relevant of Marx's
thought, which Skidelsky recently described as "the most powerful, coherent
and influential secular system of ideas ever devised to explain man's past,
analyze his present and predict his future."
meeting took place at at the Smith Theatre of Howard Community College,
26, 2001 "A Conversation on John Paul II's Role in History," George
Washington University –Speakers: George Weigel, author of Witness to Hope,
a major biography of John Paul II and Darryl G. Hart, Gertrude Himmelfarb,
4, 2000 "The Korean War 50 Years Later, The View from the Other Side,"
Washington University A Special Program Commemorating the 50th Anniversary
of the Outbreak of the Korean War
Kathryn Weathersby, Senior Research Scholar of the Cold War International
Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington,
Jian, Professor of History, University of Virginia
Vojtech Mastny, Senior Research Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center
for Scholars, Washington, DC
21, 2000 Conference and Luncheon, "The End of the Cold War" Hilton
Washington and Towers, Washington, D.C.
13, 1999 Colloquium, George Washington University
Social History Right: A Colloquium on Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class"
Olivier Zunz (University of Virginia), Gay Gullikson (University of Maryland-College
Park), Alan Kraut (American University), Kibibi Mack-Shelton (University
of Maryland-Baltimore County)
Could the Cold War Have Stopped Earlier?
Vojtech Mastny (National Security archive)
What Happened to the Other Side?
Trachtenberg (University of Pennsylvania)
Van Oudenaren (Library of Congress)
Kathryn Weathersby (Independent scholar)
Blanton (National Security Archive)
Odom (Hudson Institute)
13-14, 2001 Georgia Association of Historians – THS co-sponsored session
24, 2001 SIP Business Meeting/THS Business Meeting
23-24, 2001 Southern Industrialization Project, 5th Annual Meeting
The Myth: Confronting Real Issues About Southern Industrialization"
State University, Georgia.
6, 2000 "C. Vann Woodward and the Idea of a New South," Kennesaw State
KSU Student Center, University Room A
George B. Tindall, David L. Carleton, Leroy Davis, and Robert C. McMath
2000 Dinner Gathering, Atlanta, Georgia
18, 2000 Regional Planning Meeting, Kennesaw State University
18, 1999 Organizational Meeting – Milledgeville, Georgia
Future of The Historical Society"
NEW YORK CITY
February 6, 2003-4:00pm Steven P. Remy, "The Heidelberg Myth: German
Academic Culture and National Socialism"
by CUNY's Ph.D. program in history
Department Lounge 5514
Graduate Center, The City University of New York
Fifth Avenue (corner of 5th Ave. and 34th St.)
York , N.Y.
P. Remy is an assistant professor of history at Brooklyn College, CUNY.
He is the author of The Heidelberg Myth: The Nazification and Denazification
of a German University (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002).
additional information, please contact: Martin J. Burke at 718-960-8287
4, 2002 Robert A. Caro, "Master of the Senate: Lyndon Baines Johnson,"
College of Mount Saint Vincent
with the College of Mount Saint Vincent
15, 2002 David Doyle, "Democracy and Conviction: Irish Immigrant Elites
in North America, 1820-1880," Fordham University
with the Institute of Irish Studies, Fordham University
2, 2002—conference session
Hook and the American Intellectual Tradition"
session, sponsored by the Historical Society's New York City Region, is
part of the conference entitled "Sydney Hook Remembered: A Centennial Conference"
seminar, co-sponsored with the New York Military Affairs Symposium, to
honor the publication of Kathleen Broome Williams', Improbable
Warriors: Women Scientists and the US Navy in World War II (Naval Institute
29, 2002 Joseph Morrison Skelly, "The End of the Affair: Ireland, the
European Union, and the Rejection of the Nice Treaty" American Irish Historical
10, 2002 David Gordon, "France, 1940: The Uses of Defeat" CUNY Graduate
8, 2002—Roundtable Discussion co-sponsored with the New York Military Affairs
Recent Failure in Intelligence Collection: Evaluation and Effective Response,"with
Michael Levine, John Prados, and George Phillips
5th Ave. (corner of W. 34th St.)
14, 2001 Book Launch: James Livingston, Pragmatism, Feminism, and
Democracy: Rethinking the Politics of American History (Routledge,
Graduate CenterNovember 30, 2001 Daniel
Carey, "Contesting Cultural Diversity: John Locke, Shaftesbury and Hutcheson"
12, 2001 John Buchanan, "Jackson's Way: Andrew Jackson and the People
of the Western Waters" Metropolitan Museum of Art
30, 2001 Linda S. Ferber, "American Identities: A Reinterpretation
of American Art at the Brooklyn Museum" The Princeton Club
3, 2001 Michael Kennedy, "The Outbreak of the Troubles in Northern
Ireland: The Irish Government's Perspective" at the American Irish Historical
17, 2001 Richard Brookhiser, "The Victories and Defeats of Alexander
6, 2001 Frederick Kagan, "While America Sleeps: A Worrisome Historical
2, 2001 Margaret King, "Mothers of the Renaissance"
University. This lecture was hosted by the Institute of Irish Studies,
17, 2000 David E. Kaiser (Naval War College), "The Vietnam War and
the Future of History"
13, 2000 Friday Afternoon Conversation, City University of New York
John Lukacs, The Presence of Historical Thinking
by Professor John McCarthy (Institute of Irish Studies, Fordham University)
28, 2000 Friday Afternoon Conversation, City University of New York
Jacob, City University of New York, "The Moral Economy of Science
10, 2000 Friday Afternoon Conversation, City University of New York
Cruise O’Brien, "International Repercussions of the French Revolution:
Burke and Thomas Jefferson"
18, 2000 Friday Afternoon Conversation, City University of New York
Diner, New York University, "Memories of Hunger: Immigrant Food
and Ethnic Identities"
28, 2001 Keith Windschuttle, "History, Truth and Their Critics"
27, 2001 Keith Windschuttle, "Cultural History and Imperialism"
of Illinois at Chicago
21, 2001 Regional Conference - Northwestern University
the Velvet Revolution
Rosenberger, Boston University, "Václav Havel: A Democrat?"
Lunch in Harris 108
Kenney, University of Colorado at Boulder, "‘Bring a Flower With You!’:
Paths to the Velvet Revolution."
Benjamin Frommer, Northwestern University
Nancy Wingfield, Northern Illinois University
Directions in African History
I. "Beyond the Colonial Archive: New Research Strategies in Senegalese
F. Searing, University of Illinois at Chicago, "’God Alone is King’: Islam
and Colonialism in Senegal"
II. "New Perspectives on Colonial East Africa"
H. Lunn, University of Michigan-Dearborne, "Memories of War: Senegalese
Soldiers in the First World War."
Diouf, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, "Urban Identities in Colonial
Lansiné Kaba, University of Illinois at Chicago
Giblin, University of Iowa, "Oral History and Social History in East Africa"
Hoppe, University of Illinois at Chicago, "Lords of the Fly: Sleeping Sickness
Control in British East Africa."
Tuck, Northeastern Illinois University, "Sex, Race, and Medicine in Uganda."
Joseph Miller, The University of Virginia
31, 2001 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
G. Payne, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "The Soviet Union, Communism
and Revolution in Spain, 1931-1939"
24, 2001 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
R. John, University of Illinois, Chicago, "Whence the Information Age?
Writing the History of Communications in a Postmodern Age"
2, 2000 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
Kutler, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Sources: An Historian's Adventures with the Law"
22, 2000 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
Lerner, Northwestern University, "Grand Narrative in Western
5, 2000 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
Wiebe, Northwestern University, "On Nationalism"
4, 1999 Regional Seminar, Northwestern University
Fitzpatrick, University of Chicago, "Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life
in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the 1930s"
14, 2000 Wright State University, THS Midwestern Conference, Dayton,
American Non-Communist Left, 1925-1975"--Main speaker Alonzo Hamby, Ohio
University, Presenters Paul Lyons, Abraham Miller, John Sherman
4, 2000 Boston University Boston University
Right to Vote and the Coming Election"
Keyssar, professor of history at Duke University
21-23, 2000 Co-Sponsored Conference - Boston, MA
without Kings? The Political Center in Provinces, Colonies, and Republics"
North American Society for Courts Studies
7, 2004 at The Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Wilmington, Delaware:
on "Catholicism and American Freedom" with John McGreevy, Leo
Christopher Shannon, Eugene McCarraher, and Darryl
7, 2005, 4:00 Westminster Theological Seminary, Glenside,PA
Forum on Mark Noll's America's God
from Darryl Hart and Jeffery Jue and a Response by Mark Noll
April 3, 2003, 4:30pm
Genovese: The War Over the Good Book: The Pro-Slavery Scriptural Argument
and the Failure of the Abolitionist Alternative Co-sponsored
by the Honors Program of Providence College.
Hall, Slavin Center
(from college website www.providence.edu)
additional information, please contact Richard Grace at email@example.com
26, 2001 Lecture, Providence College
Honorable Frank J. Williams, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode
on "Lincoln and Leadership"
7, 2000 Spring Seminar, Providence College
Vietnam War and the Transformation of America"
Charles E. Neu, Brown University
James G. Blight, Brown University, Mario R. DiNunzio, Providence College
J. Nolan, Boston University
14, 2000 Geoffrey Parker (Ohio State University), "Managing the Global
Empire: Philip II, Knowledge and Power," Saint Louis University's Pere
27-28, 2000 Conference –"Nationalisms: Do Contemporary Theories Fit
Historical Experiences?," Huntsville, Alabama, Burritt on the Mountain
and the Huntsville Hilton
Don Doyle of Vanderbilt University
Martin of the University of Alabama in Huntsville
Freehling of the University of Kentucky
Rable of the University of Alabama
Scarborough of the University of Southern Mississippi
Rahe of the University of Tulsa
4, 2000 Regional Organizational Meeting, Huntsville, Alabama
State University, sponsored by Appalachian State University's department
of history and the Historical Society
Southern Society: A Story in Black and White
Campbell, Appalachian State University,“Senator Sam
of North Carolina and the Civil Rights Movement”
Roper, Emory and Henry College,“The
Magnificent Mays: The Importance of the Classics in Black Southern Society
during the Civil Rights Movement”
in Post War Germany
Clark, University of Virginia, Wise, “The Insider as Outsider: Thomas Mann
in Germany, 1945-1950”
Krenn, Appalachian State University, “Men Cannot Live By Bread Alone: American
Art at the Berlin Cultural Festival, 1951”
and the Teaching of History
Wills, University of Virginia, Wise, “Southern
Belles and Northern Whistles: Civil War Society in Film”
Simon, Appalachian State University,
“The Movie Gladiator and the Teaching of Roman History”
of Medieval Culture
Sample, University of Virginia, Wise, “The
Burning Times? Examining the Executions of Women in Late Medieval France”
Abraham, Emory and Henry College, “Saving
Civilization: The Importance of Manuscript Culture in the Middle Ages”
Alexander Williams, Appalachian State University,
History: A Brief Introduction”
5, 2001 A Symposium on Michael Burleigh's The Third Reich: A New
History. Presentation by Michael Burleigh - commentary by Desmond King
by The Southern Atlantic Region of the Historical Society and Washington
& Lee University, Department of History
30, 2000 All-Day Conference Appalachian State University in Boone,
Session I: The World Since the End of the Cold War
Isaenko, Appalachian State University, Russia
Wang, Emory and Henry College, China
Clark, University of Virginia at Wise, Germany
Lunch--Tim Silver, Appalachian State University, "Mt. Mitchell"
Session II: Media and History
Costa, University of Virginia at Wise, "Using the Internet in Teaching
Simon, Appalachian State University, "Using Movies in the Teaching of World
Session III: Teaching the History of Southern Women
Phipps, Arizona State University(Moderator)
Zipf, North Carolina Wesleyan College
Spencer, Asheville High School
Palmer, Caldwell Community College
Session IV: Blacks in Appalachia
Sheffey, Spergess Easter, Liz Kell (Students from Emory and Henry College)
10-11, 1999 Two-Day Conference-Washington and Lee University
Margaret Ripley Wolfe, East Tennessee State University
Author and Activist: The Marriage of Sherwood Anderson and Eleanor Copenhaver"
Richards, Sweet Briar College and Philip Riley, James Madison University
One Hundred Greatest Events in Twentieth Century World History: Adventures
in Doing World History"
Discussions: "The Civil War and Reconstruction",
"The Cold War"
Saturday, April 12, 2003, 8:30am-4:30pm
Bear Politics: A Symposium on California Political Affairs. Co-sponsored
by the California State University, Fullerton History Alumni Association.
Fullerton/Anaheim Marriott Hotel
(located on California State University, Fullerton campus), 2701 East Nutwood
Avenue, Fullerton, CA.
For additional information, please
contact Professor Harry Jeffrey at (714) 278-2625.
Registration & Coffee
Welcome & Introductory Remarks
"A Short History of California Politics:
From Statehood to the 21st Century"
JACKSON PUTNAM, Professor of History,
"Los Angeles Politics"
RAFE SONENSHEIN, Professor of Political
Panel: "The Redevelopment Controversy"
BRUCE BROADWATER, Mayor, Garden
CHRIS SUTTON, legal counsel, Municipal
Officials for Redevelopment Reform (MORR)
"California Politics: The Post World
War II Years"
BILL BOYARSKY, former reporter and
City Editor, Los Angeles Times
Panel: "The 'Development Industry'
and California Politics"
SHIRELY DETTLOFF, former City Councilwoman,
LYNNE FISHEL, Chief Executive Officer,
Building Industry Association of Southern California;Former member California
SHIRLEY GRINDLE, author, TINCUP
(Time is Now, Clean Up Politics) campaign finance law, community
DAN YOUNG, Group Senior Vice President,
Entitlement, The Irvine Company and former Mayor of Santa Ana
"Orange County Politics"
JEAN PASCO, reporter, Los Angeles
27, 2002 Symposiumon
Food, Culture, and History -California State University
as a Source of National Identity: The Persians and Arabs in the Middle
Daryaee, Professor of History, CSU, Fullerton
and Fasting in Medieval Europe”
Burgtorf, Professor of History, CSU, Fullerton
and Slavery in Colonial America”
Carney, Professor of Geography, UCLA
the Art of Cookery”
Albala, Professor of History, University of the Pacific
Relationship of Food and the Consumer Culture in Twentieth Century America”
Charles, Professor of History, CSU at San Marcos
9-10, 2001 "Rediscovering Religious Identities: Christianity and Islam
in Modern Eurasia"
Department of History
Department of Religious Studies
Russian and East European Studies Consortium
16, 2000 Fall Regional Symposium, University of New Mexico,
the American West" Presenters: UNM historians Virginia Scharff, Ferenc
M. Szasz, Margaret Connell Szasz, and Richard W. Etulain
NEW YORK AND SOUTHERN ONTARIO
24, 2001 Lecture and Panel, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY
Z. Davis, "Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision"
with luncheon and a brief talk by Professor Davis, followed by responses
from three expert commentators on history and film:
E. O'Connor (NJIT/Rutgers Federated History Dept.)
B. Toplin (History, UNC-Wilmington)
Cripps (History, Morgan State University