| Supplement to the 124th Annual Meeting
Corrections to the 2010 Annual Meeting Program
Please note the following corrections to the Program of the 124th Annual Meeting .
AHA Program Committee Sessions
Lynn Dumenil (Occidental Coll.) replaces Ellen C. Dubois (UCLA) as chair and Joanne Passet (Indiana Univ. East) as commentator in the Presidential Session “Misbehaving Women: Sex Radicals and Nonconformists Who Made U.S. History” offered on Thursday, January 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m., in the Hyatt’s Manchester Ballroom A (Session 1).
Miriam Smith (York Univ.) has withdrawn from the session “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave: Same-Sex Marriage in Canada” (Session 2). The session is scheduled for Thursday, January 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m. in the Hyatt’s Manchester Ballroom G and is sponsored by the AHA Working Group for Historical Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage, the AHA Professional Division, and the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History.
Gabriela Ramos (Newnham Coll., Univ. of Cambridge) replaces Mariana L. Dantas (Ohio Univ.) on the session “Making Race in the ‘Island’ City: Migration, Vassalage, and Trade in Colonial Latin America,” offered in the Thursday, January 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m. time period. Prof. Ramos’s paper is entitled “Mi Tierra: Indigenous Migrants and Their Hometowns in the Colonial Andes,” (Session 26, joint with the Conference on Latin American History).
Fabricio Prado’s new affiliation is Roosevelt University. Prof. Prado is presenting the paper “Departing without Leaving: The Luso-Brazilians under the Spanish Rule in Rio de la Plata, 1777–1808” in Session 31, “Migrations in the Early Modern Atlantic World,” scheduled in the Hyatt’s Elizabeth Ballroom G on Thursday, January 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m.
Antoinette Burton (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) has withdrawn as chair and commentator of the session “Recursive Subjects: Sexuality and the 'State' in South Asia,” offered in the Saturday, January 9, 2:30-4:30 p.m. timeslot (Session 176, sponsored with the AHA Professional Division).
Elise S. Lipkowitz’s new affiliation is University of Michigan. Prof. Lipkowitz will be a panelist on the session “Grants and Fellowships: Want an Edge to Funding Your Opportunities?” (Session 75) and will present the poster “The Geography of Transnational Scientific Correspondence during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era” (Session 205–15).
Francis Shor (Wayne State Univ.) has withdrawn from the session “Educational Equality and the Civil Rights Movement: Freedom Schools, Head Start, and the Supreme Court,” scheduled in the Marriott’s Point Loma Room on Saturday, January 9, 2:30–4:30 p.m. (Session 182).
Philippa Levine (Univ. of Southern California) replaces Zöe Laidlaw (Royal Holloway, Univ. of London) as chair and commentator of the session “Imperial Networks: Global Links, Identities, and Ideologies,” scheduled for Saturday, January 9, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Marriott’s Marina Ballroom Salon F (Session 199).
Session 240, “Historical and International Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage,” has been cancelled.
Laurence Fontaine (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) replaces Kirsi Vainio-Korhonen (Univ. of Turku) on the session “Female Entrepreneurs in Eighteenth-Century European Towns” scheduled for Sunday, January 10, in the 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. time period. Her paper is entitled “Women as Brokers in Petty Finance in Eighteenth-Century Paris” (Session 245; joint session with the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women).
Affiliated Society Sessions and Events
Rachel Bennette (Middlebury Coll.) replaces Paul Monod (Middlebury Coll.) as chair and commentator of the session “Becoming Political: German Catholics and Politics from the End of the Old Reich to Weimar,” planned for Thursday, January 7, 3:00–5:00 p.m. in the Hyatt’s Emma Room A. The session is sponsored by the New England Historical Association.
Andreas Oberhofer (Univ. of Innsbruck) replaces Florian Huber (Univ. of Innsbruck) on the session, “The Identity of the Tyrol: A Borderland of Mountains, Valleys, and Passes,” sponsored by the Conference Group for Central European History. He will deliver the paper “The Tyrolean ‘Hero’: Andreas Hofer (1767–1810) as a Unifying Figure for the Concept of a ‘Tyrolean Nation.’” The session is scheduled for Friday, January 8, from 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Hyatt, America’s Cup B.
Miao Feng (NYU) has revised her paper title to “Constructing the ‘Bitterly Laboring Masses’ (laoku dazhong): Literary Representations of the Experience of Everyday Life in 1930s China” for the session “Whither China: Intellectual Discourses on the Problems of the Urban and the Rural in 1910–40s China,” scheduled for Sunday, January 10, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in the Hyatt, America’s Cup A. The session is sponsored by Chinese Historians in the United States .Last Updated: December 16, 2009 11:07 AM