Corrections to the 2004 Annual Meeting Program

AHA Staff, December 2003

Please note the following corrections to the annual meeting Program. Please refer to the links in the online version of the Program for additional details.

AHA Program Committee Sessions

Dolores Janiewski (Victoria Univ. of New Zealand) replaces Ellen DuBois (Univ. of California at Los Angeles) as commenter on the session, "A Separate Peace: Women's Internationalism between World War I and World War II," scheduled on Friday, January 9, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's Delaware Suite A (Session 40).

John B. Hattendorf (Naval War Coll.) replaces John Shields (Univ. of Leeds) as chair and comment on the session, "Whig Strategy as Whig History: William III, the Duke of Marlborough, and the British Army in a European Context," scheduled on Friday, January 9, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's Truman Room (Session 63).

Ruth Rosen (San Francisco Chronicle) is unable to participate in Session 68, "Bringing History to the Table: The Role of Historians in Contemporary Political Debate". The session, scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Omni Shoreham's Palladian Ballroom, will be chaired by Congressman Bob Filner (D-Calif.), and features the following panelists: James Banner (History News Service), Candace Falk (Emma Goldman Papers, Univ. of California at Berkeley), Ralph Luker (Vernon Johns Papers), Rick Shenkman (History News Network), and Jon Wiener (Univ. of California at Irvine).

Jomarie Alano's new affiliation is Cornell Univ. Alano is presenting the paper "Armed with a Yellow Mimosa: Women's Defense and Assistance Groups in Italy, 1943–45" in Session 94, "Women, War, and Resistance," scheduled in the Marriott's Wilson Suite C on Saturday, January 10, 9:30–11:30 a.m.

Annette Gordon-Reed (New York Law School) replaces Blanche Wiesen Cook (John Jay Coll.-CUNY) as a panelist on the presidential session, "Biography and History: A Dialogue," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's Marriott Ballroom Salon 2 (Session 96).

Denise J. Youngblood (Univ. of Vermont) replaces Gabrielle Spiegel (Johns Hopkins Univ.) as chair on the session, "Responding to Plagiarism in the Classroom," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's South Cotillion Ballroom (Session 97).

Session 119, "War, Diplomacy, and the International Historiography of Iran's Constitutional Revolution," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m. has been cancelled.

Session 122, "Citizens and Warriors: Concepts and Representations of Masculinity and Citizenship in the Period of the Wars from 1782–1815," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m., has been reorganized. Sonya O. Rose (Univ. of Michigan) will chair and John Horne (Trinity Coll., Dublin) will comment. Joan B. Landes (Pennsylvania State Univ.) will present the paper "Images of Masculinity and Citizenship in France in the Period of the Revolutionary Wars," Anna Clark (Univ. of Minnesota) will speak on "Merit vs. Petticoat Influence: The Duke of York Affair and the British Army in the Napoleonic Era," and Karen Hagemann (Technical Univ. of Berlin) will discuss "The First Citizen of His State. Representations of Monarchic Masculinity in the Period of the Prussian Anti-Napoleonic Wars, 1806–15."

Mustafa Aksakal's new affiliation is Fordham University Prof. Aksakal is presenting the paper "Renewal at Home, Reassertion Abroad: Ottoman Perspectives on the International Order on the Eve of World War I," on Session 134, "Finding a Place among Nations: World War I, Transnational Discourse, and Revisionist Challenges to World Order," scheduled in the Hilton Washington's Monroe Ballroom East on Sunday, January 11, 8:30–10:30 a.m.

Penny von Eschen (Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor) replaces William H. Chafe (Duke Univ.) as chair of the session, "The Quest for Peace and Freedom: The Peace Movement, Civil Rights, and Race in the Twentieth-Century United States," scheduled on Sunday, January 11, 8:30–11:30 a.m. in the Marriott's Coolidge Room (Session 146). The session is jointly sponsored with the Peace History Society.

Gail Triner (Rutgers Univ.) replaces William B. Summerhill (UCLA) as chair of the session, "War, Abolition, Coffee, and the Courts: The Roots of Brazilian Style Capitalism," scheduled on Sunday, January 11, 8:30–11:30 a.m. in the Omni Shoreham's Suite 362 (Session 149).

Affiliated Society Sessions

Panelists for the American Association for History and Computing Session 2, "Online History, The Students' Perspective," scheduled on Friday, January 9, 12:00–2:00 p.m. in the Marriott's Wilson Suite A, have been identified: Chris Benton (Univ. of Maryland Univ. Coll.), Matt Cheney (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Annette Coon (DePauw Univ.), Dan Dillman (DePauw Univ.), Michael Kilts (Florida Gulf Coast Univ.), Christine K. Scoone (Florida Gulf Coast Univ.), and Natasha Spaid (Univ. of Maryland Univ. Coll.). Chris Ubik (Univ. of Maryland Univ. Coll.) will serve as moderator.

Irvin D. S. Winsboro (Florida Gulf Coast Univ.) has changed the title of his paper to "History and Technology: Lessons in Reality from Florida's Newest State University." He will present the paper in the American Association for History and Computing Session 7, "Envisioning and Revisioning History with Technology," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's Wilson Suite A.

Hongshan Li (Kent State Univ.) replaces Xiaolan Bao (California State Univ. at Long Beach) as commenter at the Chinese Historians of the United States Session 1, "Chinese Americans: Transnational Cultural Analysis and History," scheduled on Friday, January 9, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Marriott's Room 8217.

James Tent (Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham) replaces Raimund Lammersdorf (German Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.) as comment on the Conference Group on Central European History Session 10, "From Enemy to Ally: Reconciliation Made Real in Post-War Germany," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Marriott's Room 8217.

Felicia Kornbluh (Duke Univ.) replaces William Chafe (Duke Univ.) as chair on Coordinating Council for Women in History Session 4, "Historians as Activists: A Roundtable Discussion," scheduled on Saturday, January 10, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott's Coolidge Room.

Ambassador Przemyslaw Grudzinski (Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington, D.C.) will deliver opening remarks on Friday, January 9, in the Marriott's Room 8212, Lobby Level, prior to the start of Polish American Historical Association Session 1, "Labor Organization and Identity Formation".