|Name||Paper Title/Topic||Preferred Panel Format (traditional panel, roundtable, or creative format)||Panelist Information (Insitutitional affiliation, Career stage, etc.)||Email Address||Other Notes/Important Info|
|Benoit Leridon||South Carolina Jeffersons, the Federal Government, and the Neutrality Proclamationemail@example.com|
|Kathryn Heard||The Matter of Dred Scott||traditional panel, roundtable||Dickinson College, Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
This paper uses the archival "matter" of Justice Roger Taney's early career (roughly 1800-1820) - like writs of habeas corpus, like divorce decrees, like scraps of cross-examinations - to advance a historically-grounded argument on the possibility of tort-based reparations in the contemporary moment
|Nathaniel Green||"Three-Fifths of This Southern Stock is Represented on the Floor of Congress": Federalist Backlash Against the Three-Fifths Clause in the Aftermath of the "Revolution of 1800"||Traditional Panel||Professor, Northern Virginia Community Collegeemail@example.com|
I am looking to put together a panel on representation, slavery, the Constitution, and/or the Census. Anyone doing work in these areas is encouraged to e-mail me ASAP!
|Linda Louise Bryan||Two Civil War Nurses: Stitching |
Together the Stories of
Miss Phillips & Miss Craighead
|?||Indep. scholar, Minn.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
I can shape this to focus on research sources, benevolent organizations, or the two biographies which reflect early Social Work careers.
This is a women's history topic.
|Linda Louise Bryan||a number of topics dealing with |
Ojibwe country in MInn esp. 1830s
|?||Indep. scholar, Minn.||email@example.com|
Am interested in 1837 treaty and Crow Wing Sub Indian Agents but can discuss many topics, including Protestant missions, traders, geographic issues, Territorial issues. I spoke on Alcohol issues some years ago.
|Sara Lampert||Madame Celeste’s Arab Boy and Frontier Maid: Intersections of Orientalism and Indian Drama in Theater and Dance||This could work on a traditional panel or a cultural history roundtable||Associate Professor, University of South Dakota||Sara.Lampert@usd.edu||Sara.Lampert@usd.edu|
|Cho-Chien Feng||Subjects of the Empire: The Divergent Imperial Imaginations in the Revolutionary New York||Traditional Panel||Assistant Professor, Fu Jen Catholic Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org||My paper can go along with a panel on Loyalists or imperial ideas|
|Cho-Chien Feng||Politics of Fear: Loyalist political culture in New York Newspapers, 1773-1776||Traditional Panel||Assistant Professor, Fu Jen Catholic Universityemail@example.com||This paper can go along with a panel on Loyalists, newspapers, or history of fear.|
|Jamie Weiss||Merchants and Diplomats: Navigating the Historiography of Early U.S.-Russian Commercial Relations to the Wars of 1812||Flexible and Open!||PhD Student, University of Georgiafirstname.lastname@example.org|
This piece can be part of historiographical discourse, foreign relations, commerce, Trans-Atlantic Early Republic, Barbary Wars, War of 1812, or imperial discussions
|David Horst Lehman||Lessons in Dispossession: How One Immigrant Settler Family Learned to Claim Ownership of Piankeshaw Land in 1820||Any||Assistant Professor, Westminster Collegeemail@example.com|
Land patents, settler colonialism, Native American history, treaties, environmental history, soil, surveying, the Marshall trilogy, cultures of property, the doctrine of discovery, etc.
|A.J. Perez||U.S. Filibustering in Yucatán after the |
U.S.-Mexico War, 1848-1851
|Traditional Panel||ABD, Penn State Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Based on last chap. of dissertation (Yucatán & Texas, 1820-1860, virtually complete), the filibusters precede attempts on Cuba & Nicaragua in 1850s-- Open to other topics related to Texas, Yucatán, Gulf of Mexico, etc.
Incorporating Digital Tools into Pedagogy
My apologies for somehow not finding the link to this sheet before today!
|panel, roundtable, workshop?||Assistant Professor, Penn State Altoonaemail@example.com|
I'd like to share an assignment I've develop that asks students to evaluate and "fix" a generative-AI created essay, and thought if others have innovative/effective assignments usuing freely available digital tools, it would be useful to other instructors to not have to reinvent the wheel.
Based on last chap. of dissertation (Yucatán & Texas, 1820-1860, defending in Spring '24), the filibusters precede attempts on Cuba & Nicaragua in 1850s-- Open to other topics related to Texas, Yucatán, Gulf of Mexico, etc.
Several potential topics dealing with Women & American Revolution (patriots/loyalists/ PA)
1) Women's application's for passes to cross political and military boundaries during Rev.
2) Women's petitions for pensions before 1818
|Traditional, open to suggestions||Assistant Professor, Seton Hill Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Paper based on current book project which examines women’s petitioning during the American Revolution and its aftermath, and ultimately, the relationship between women and the state. The project considers both patriots and loyalists and focuses on PA.