Corrections to the 2011 Annual Meeting Program
Please note the following corrections to the annual meeting Program, which are listed in session order.
Jennifer Siegel (Ohio State Univ.) is a member of the 2011 Program Committee and co-chair of the 2012 Program Committee. Her name was misspelled in the listing of committee members.
Brad Austin (Salem State Univ.) is a member of the 2011 Local Arrangements Committee. His name was omitted from the list of committee members in the program.
AHA Program Committee Sessions
Beatriz Jaguaribe (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro) has withdrawn from the session “Photography in Latin America: An Art of Oblivion Creating an Aesthetic of the Future,” scheduled for Thursday, January 6, 3:00–5:00 p.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Suffolk Room (Session 5).
J. Frank Malaret (Sacramento City Coll.) has withdrawn from the session “Getting a Job at a Community College” (Session 42). Gisela Ables (Northwest Coll.) will present “Tips from an Administrator.”
Harold L Burstyn (Syracuse Univ.) has withdrawn from session 44, “Smallpox Inoculation in Revolutionary America: Doctors, Soldiers, and American Innovation,” scheduled for Friday, January 7, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Marriott’s Exeter Room.
On the session “Local Markets/Marketing the Local: American Retailing, 1920 to the Present,” presented on Friday, January 7, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Berkeley Room, Jennifer Goloboy (independent scholar) will serve as chair, replacing Lizabeth Cohen (Harvard Univ.). In addition, Susan V. Spellman’s affiliation is Miami University. She will present the paper “Breaking the Chains? How Government Regulation Undermined Localism in the Retail Grocery Trade, 1920–50” (Session 52).
Ann Blair (Harvard Univ.) will chair and Steven P. Marrone (Tufts Univ.) will comment on the session “The Question of Rationality in History,” presented on Friday, January 7, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Hynes Convention Center Room 103. (Session 53).
Molly Warsh (Texas A&M Univ.) replaces Mark Hanna (Univ. of California at San Diego) as commentator on the session “Approaching the Americas: Britain and Spain in the New World,” scheduled for Friday, January 7, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Simmons Room (Session 63).
Robert Johnston (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago) replaces Laura Kalman (Univ. of California at Santa Barbara) on session 85, “Book Roundtable on Beverly Gage’s The Day Wall Street Exploded: A Story of America in Its First Age of Terror,” scheduled on Friday, January 7 from 2:30–430 p.m. in the Hynes Convention Centers’ Room 209.
James Muldoon (Rutgers Univ.-Camden and John Carter Brown Library) replaces Alejandra Osorio (Wellesley Coll.) as chair of the session “From Lisbon to the End of the World: Millenarianisms and Evangelization,” scheduled on Saturday, January 8, 9:00–11:00 a.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Grand Ballroom Salon A (Session 125).
Frank Guridy (Univ. of Texas at Austin) will serve as commentator on the session “Creating Cuban: Reexamining Constructions of Race in the Cuban Imagination,” scheduled for Saturday, January 8, 9:00–11:00 a.m., in the Hynes Convention Center’s Room 306 (Session 138).
Lary May (Univ. of Minnesota) will deliver Steven J. Ross’s (Univ. of Southern California) paper, “Harry Belafonte, Hollywood, and Movement Politics” on the session “Hollywood and Politics in the 1950s and Beyond,” scheduled for Saturday, January 8, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. in the Hynes Convention Center’s Room 311 (Session 180).
Titles for the presentations on the session “Comparing Modern Nationalisms: Turkey, Crete, and the United States in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries,” scheduled for Saturday, January 8, 2:30–4:30 p.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Dartmouth Room, are: Adam W. Dean (Univ. of Virginia), “‘A Higher Law than the Constitution:’ The Republican Party and United States Nationalism”; Selcuk Aksin Somel (Sabanci Universitesi), “How Can the State Be Saved? The Historical and Bureaucratic Roots of Turkish Nationalism”; and Adam Robert Trusner (Virginia Military Inst.), “Nationalism and Europeanization in Modern Crete” (Session 202).
Sarah Van Beurden’s new affiliation is Ohio State University. Prof. Van Beurden is presenting the paper “African History and the Trend of Transnationalism” on Session 204, “African World Histories: Reversing the Gaze,” scheduled in the Hynes Convention Center’s Room 104, on Saturday, January 8, 2:30–4:30 p.m.
Silvia M. Arrom (Brandeis Univ.) has withdrawn from session 222, “Conference on Latin American History Presidential Sessions, Modern Latin America, Part 1: Variations in Family Formation, 1850–1960”.
Marcia Synnott (Univ. of South Carolina, Columbia) was omitted from the index of participants for the poster “Evolution of Fort Devens: From Training Camp to Fort during the Twentieth-Century Wars, and from Closure to Economic Redevelopment,” which she will co-present with Kara E. Fossey (Fort Devens Museum). Prof. Synnott has served on the Board of Directors for the Fort Devens Museum for more than a decade and initiated the development of the poster. The poster session is on Saturday, January 8, 2:00–5:00 p.m., the Hynes Convention Center’s Ballroom C (Session 225-8).
Robin O’Sullivan has withdrawn from the poster session (Session 225-21).
Christopher C. Lovett (Emporia State Univ.) has withdrawn from session 240, “Teaching the History of Terrorism”.
Lucia McMahon (William Paterson Univ.) replaces Jan Ellen Lewis (Rutgers Univ.-New Brunswick) as chair on the session “In Life and Death: The Sacred Ties of Friendship in the Early United States” offered on Sunday, January 9, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., in the Hynes Convention Center’s Room 109 (Session 267).
Daniel Branch (Univ. of Warwick) has withdrawn from the session “New Perspectives on Mau Mau” (Session 278).
Charles S. Maier (Harvard Univ.) has withdrawn from session 279, “Open Secrets: The Foreign Relations of the United States Series, Democracy’s ‘Need to Know,’ and National Security” scheduled for Sunday, January 9 from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in the Hynes Convention Center’s Room 203 (p. 114).
Session 286, “Debating Muslims(s): South Asia and Muslim Representation of Identity,” has been cancelled.
Lynn Stephen (Univ. of Oregon) has withdrawn from the session “Conference on Latin American History Presidential Sessions, Modern Latin America, Part 3” (Session 294).
Affiliated Societies and Other Groups Sessions and Events
The following corrections refer to affiliated societies and other groups sessions and events in the annual meeting Program, and are listed in alphabetical order by affiliate. Page numbers refer to the print Program, and are noted for additional details.
James F. Powers (Coll. of the Holy Cross) was omitted from the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain’s session “Perspectives on Medieval León-Castile I,” scheduled for Friday, January 7, 9:30–11:30 a.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Harvard Room. He will present the paper “Towns on the Edge: Twelfth-Century Municipal War Policy in León-Castile and France” (AARHMS 1).
Paul Mariani’s new affiliation is Santa Clara University. He is on the American Catholic Historical Association’s session “The Changing Tides of Twentieth-Century Shanghai Catholicism,” scheduled in the Boston Marriott’s Orleans Room on Friday, January 7, from 9:30-–11:30 a.m. (ACHA 3).
Larissa Taylor (Colby Coll. and incoming president) will preside at the American Catholic Historical Association’s luncheon on Saturday, January 8, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Lawrence Charap (History and Social Sciences Content Development Group, K-12 Professional Development, College Board) replaces William Tinkler (Associate Director, AP Curriculum and Content Development, College Board) as chair at the College Board’s Advanced Placement History luncheon on Saturday, January 8, 12:15–1:45 p.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Grand Ballroom Salon I. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich (Harvard Univ.) will speak on “When the Past Isn’t Prologue: Rethinking the ‘Colonial Period’”.
The Historical Society for Twentieth-Century China’s session “Civilians Regroup in Wartime China, 1937–45” has a new chair, Ke-wen Wang (Saint Michael’s Coll.) replacing James Carter (Saint Joseph’s Univ.), and a new speaker, Janet Y. Chen (Princeton Univ.). Prof. Chen will address “Between Heaven and Hell: Subei during the Chinese Civil War.” The session is scheduled for Thursday, January 6, 3:00–5:00 p.m. in the Boston Marriott’s Tufts Room.
Paul Grendler (Univ. of Toronto, emeritus) has been added as a speaker on the Society for Italian Historical Studies session “Dal Libro Alla Spada: Academic Violence in Early Modern Italian Universities,” scheduled for Saturday, January 8, 9:00–11:00 a.m. in the Westin’s Courier Room. Prof. Grendler will speak on “The Causes of Student Violence in Italian Renaissance Universities, 1400–1650” (SIHS 1)