Register for “World War II and the West it Wrought,” May 3-5 at Stanford University
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Which sessions will you attend?
Opening Keynote by Timothy Egan (Thursday, 5/3, 7:00pm)
Enlisting the Laboratories (Thursday 5/4, 9:30am)
The Business of the Border (Thursday 5/4, 10:45am)
World War II, the Cold War, and Knowledge Economies of the Pacific Coast (Thursday 5/4, 1:00pm)
Executive Domain: Military Land Withdrawals in the Wartime West (Thursday 5/4, 2:15pm)
Paths Not Taken: State-Supported Child Care in California (Thursday 5/4, 3:30pm)
By Invitation only – Summoning Pearl Harbor (Thursday 5/4 dinner keynote, 6:45pm)
How the Pacific World Became West (Friday 5/5, 9:00am)
Parables from the Forced Relocations of Native Americans and Japanese-Americans (Friday 5/5, 10:15am)
World War II and the Reinvention of Government’s Role in the West (Friday 5/5, 11:15am)
Richard White (Friday 5/4 lunch plenary, 12:15pm)
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