|From the Supplement to the 123rd Annual Meeting
Corrections to the 2009 Annual Meeting Program
Please note the following corrections to the annual meeting Program. Page numbers refer to the print Program, and are noted for additional details.
AHA Program Committee Sessions
Lindsay Robinson (California State Univ. at Fresno) has been added to the session, “Teaching and Learning through a Teaching American History Grant,” scheduled for Friday, January 2, 1:00–3:00 p.m., in the Hilton’s Regent Parlor. She will present the paper, “Using Primary Sources with Eleventh Graders” (Session 3, p. 49).
Arthur Torrington (president, Equiano Society, London) replaces Carolyn Brown (Rutgers Univ.-New Brunswick) as comment for the session “Biography and History: The Debate over Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative,” to be offered on Friday, January 2, 1:00–3:00 p.m., in the Sheraton’s Metropolitan Ballroom East. (Session 4, p. 49).
Myriam Cottias (Centre National de Recherche Scientifique) replaces Issiaka Mande (Univ. Paris Diderot) on the session “Colonialism Returns to Metropolitan France: Francophone Debates over Colonialism in Africa and the Challenge of Postcolonialism,” scheduled for Friday, January 2, 3:30–5:30 p.m., in the Hilton’s Concourse A. Dr. Cottias will deliver the paper, “Historical Frenchness Seen from the French Caribbean Islands.” Replacing Dr. Cottias as comment is Mamadou Diouf (Columbia Univ.) (Session 32, page 59).
Session 43, “The Frontier of Paper in a Global Contest,” has been cancelled (p. 61).
Session 45, “Globalizing the Historiography of Twentieth-Century Christianity,” has been cancelled (p. 61).
Ana Lucia Araujo’s new affiliation is Howard Univ. Prof. Araujo is presenting the paper “Images, Artifacts, and Myths: Reconstructing the Connections between Brazil and the Bight of Benin” on Session 54, “Discussing History and Representation: Remembering and Reconstructing the Experiences of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Part 2: Reconstructing Memories and Representations of Slavery in Brazil and the Bight of Benin,” scheduled in the Hilton’s Beekman Parlor on Saturday, January 3, 9:30–11:30 a.m. (p. 68).
Elizabeth Cooper’s new affiliation is the Univ. of Nottingham. Prof. Cooper is chairing Session 66 “Diasporas and (Dis)Placements,” scheduled on Saturday, January 3, 9:30–11:30 a.m., in the Sheraton’s Empire Ballroom West (p. 71).
Caroline Elklins (Harvard Univ.) replaces Maya Jasanoff (Harvard Univ.) as a panelist on the session, “Editing and Publishing of History,” scheduled for Saturday, January 3, 2:30–4:30 p.m., in the Hilton’s Gramercy Suite A (Session 78, page 78).
Maurice Jackson (Georgetown Univ.) replaces Kevin Santiago-Valles (Binghamton Univ.-SUNY) as chair of the session, “Discussing History and Representation: Remembering and Reconstructing the Experiences of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Part 3: Forgotten Histories and New Representations of Enslaved Africans,” planned for Saturday, January 3, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s Beekman Parlor (Session 80, page 79).
Sarah Ross’s new affiliation is Boston College. Prof. Ross is a panelist on Session 84, “The Politics of Love: Male Friendship in the Mediterranean, Britain, and American, 1550–1800,” on Saturday, January 3, 2:30–4:30 p.m., and will deliver the paper “ ‘My Well-Beloved Friends’: Academic Families and Last Thoughts in Tudor-Stuart England” (p. 80).
Selma Thomas (Watertown Productions) replaces Sean Field (Univ. of Cape Town) as a participant on the session “Oral History, Memory, and Identity: Making the Connections,” scheduled for Saturday, January 3, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s Petit Trianon. Ms. Thomas will address the way museum exhibitions use (or curate) oral history interviews to intervene in the process of memory production (Session 91, p. 81).
Valerie Steele (Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology) has withdrawn from the session “Bound Feet, Corseted Waists, and Veiled Heads: Chastity Belts and the Tropes of Contained Femininity” on Sunday, January 4, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s Nassau Suite B (p. 113).
Fredrik Logevall (Cornell Univ.) replaces George Herring (Univ. of Kentucky) as chair of session 167, “A Look Back As the Tet Offensive Turns Forty,” planned for Sunday, January 4, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s Rendezvous Trianon (p. 114).
Poster 178-7, “Teaching Historical Thinking Skills in AP History,” has been cancelled (p. 117).
Leland Turner’s new affiliation is Texas Tech University. He will present a poster on “Cowboy Up Down Under: Representations of American Wild West Imagery in Australian Popular Entertainment” in the poster session scheduled for Sunday, January 4, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s East Ballroom Foyer (Session 178-16).
Markus Vink (SUNY at Fredonia) replaces Leonard Blussé (Leiden Univ.) as the speaker at the screening of Max Havelaar scheduled for Sunday, January 5, from 6:00–10:00 p.m. in the Hilton’s Concourse G.
Jin-kyung Park has a new affiliation, Korean Studies Institute at the University of Southern California, and new paper title, “Corporeal Colonialism: Gynecology, Early Marriage, and Racial Disease in Japanese Colonial Korea, 1926–32.” She will present on the session “‘Corporeal Colonialism’: Colonized Women’s Bodies, Sexuality, and Disease in Spanish America, Japanese Korea, and French West Africa,” scheduled for Monday, January 5, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in the Hilton’s Clinton Suite (Session 212, p. 131).
Mark Naison (Fordham Univ.) replaces William H. Chafe (Duke Univ.) as chair of the session “Third Wave Precedents: Race and Sexuality in the Second Wave,” scheduled for Monday, January 5, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. (Session 214, page 132).
Affiliated Societies Sessions and Events
Lowell Edmunds (Rutgers Univ.-New Brunswick) has withdrawn as a participant on the Alcohol and Drugs History Society’s Session 1, “Writers, the Creative Process, and the Influence of Drink and Drugs,” scheduled on Friday, January 2, 3:30–5:30 p.m. in the Sheraton’s Park Suite 4.
Volker R. Berghahn (Columbia Univ.) replaces Konrad Jarausch (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) as a panelist on the session “Languages: Sine Qua Non for Globalizing Historiographies,” planned for Saturday, January 3, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Sheraton’s Carnegie Room West. The session is cosponsored by the Conference Group for Central European History, the German Historical Institute, and the World History Association (p. 74).
Mark Stoler (editor, The Papers of George Catlett Marshall, George C. Marshall Foundation) replaces Brian D. Shaw (president, George C. Marshall Foundation) as co-chair of the George C. Marshall Lecture scheduled for Sunday, January 4, 5:00–6:30 p.m. in the Hilton’s Rendezvous Trianon. The lecture is sponsored by the foundation and the Society for Military History (p. 121)Last Updated: December 12, 2008 5:23 PM