Wednesday, September 14, 2011

ASLH Program Change

Two panels are changing places on the ASLH program at the conference in November.

Moved to Friday morning at 8:30 a.m.:

Insurrections & Infections: Rethinking the Legal History of Atlanta, 1920-1940 – Inman

Chair - Robert Baker, Georgia State University
Polly Price, Emory University, “Federalization of the Mosquito: Malaria and Public Health In the Southern United States, 1900-1945”
Maryan Soliman, University of Pennsylvania, “Racial Equality on Trial in Atlanta during the 1930s”
Anders Walker, Saint Louis University, “Scarlett’s Rainbow: Margaret Mitchell, Anti-Catholicism, & the Ku Klux Klan in Atlanta, 1920-1940”
Commentator- James W. Ely, Vanderbilt University

Moved to Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.:

Civil Rights Era & Its Legacy - Salon G
Chair/Commentator- Mary L. Dudziak, University of Southern California,
Susan Carle, American University, “Late Nineteenth Century Civil Rights Organizations and their role in the Founding of the NAACP and the National Urban League”
Jeffrey Gonda, Yale University, “The Business of Civil Rights: Black Realtors and Shelley v. Kraemer”
Keith Mayes, University of Minnesota, “Of Deacons, Panthers, and Liberation Armies: Civil Rights, Black Power and the Second Amendment,”
Camille Walsh, Indiana University, “‘Taxpayer Citizenship’ and the Right to Education: 1929-1959”