Schedule

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Sunday 14 July

11-12:30 Workshops

Postgraduate Workshop

Room G14, Building 303

“What’s Writing Your Story?”

Teacher Workshop

Room G15, Building 303

“Teaching the ‘Long’ Civil Rights Movement with Digital Sources”

12:30-1:30 Lunch

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

1:30-3 Workshops

Postgraduate Workshop

Room G14, Building 303

“Adventures in Academic Writing & Publishing”

Teacher Workshop

Room G15, Building 303

“History Scholarship 2019: Dimensions of US Populism”

3-3:30    Afternoon Tea

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

3:30-5    Concurrent Sessions #1

Rooms G14, G15, G16, Building 303 & G20, Building 302

 5-6:15 Conference Opening & Reception

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

6:15-7:15 Opening Keynote Address

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

—Professor Carrie Tirado Bramen, University of Buffalo, “American Niceness: Then & Now” with Professor Paul Giles, University of Sydney, Conference Theme-setting

 

Monday 15 July

9-10 Keynote Address

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

—Professor Michael A. McDonnell, University of Sydney, “War Stories: Re-reading the American Revolution”

10-10:30 Morning Tea

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

10:30-12 Concurrent Sessions #2

Rooms G14, G15, G16, Building 303 & G20, Building 302

12-1 Lunch Break

1-2 Keynote Address

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

—Professor Kathleen M. Brown, University of Pennsylvania, “One Blood: Abolitionist Body Politics in the Era of Race Pseudoscience”

2-2:30    Afternoon Tea

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

2:30-4    Concurrent Sessions #3

Rooms G14, G15, G16, Building 303 & G20, Building 302

4-5 Keynote Address

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

—Professor Peter S. Field, University of Canterbury, “Our Shrinking Lincoln: The Sixteenth President and the ‘Meaning of America’”

5-6:15 Conference Reception @ Strata Café

7-8 Keynote Public Lecture @ Auckland Museum—Professor Janet M. Davis, University of Texas at Austin, “The Gospel of Kindness: Animal Welfare and the Making of Modern America”

 

Tuesday 16 July

9-10 Plenary Panel on Marilyn Lake’s Progressive New World

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

10-10:30 Morning Tea & Book Sale and Signing

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

10:30-12 Concurrent Sessions #4

Rooms G14, G15, G16, Building 303 & G20, Building 302

12-1 Lunch Break

1-2 Keynote Address

Lecture Theatre G053, Building 301

—Associate Professor Neal Curtis, University of Auckland, “Project Rebirth: Captain America and the Hauntings of American Politics”

2-2:30 Afternoon Tea

Science Centre Foyer, Building 302

2:30-4 Concurrent Sessions #5

Rooms G14, G15, G16, Building 303 & G20, Building 302

4-5 Conference Closing Plenary & ANZASA Prizegiving

6:30 (seating at 7) Conference Dinner @ Harbourside Ocean Bar Grill

 

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