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Kansas Association of Historians

Promoting Historical Scholarship by Kansans for Kansans since 1927

2015 Annual Meeting
April 17 – 18, 2015
Emporia State University, Emporia, KS

 

 


The Kansas Association of Historians has been promoting the sharing and learning of history by Kansans for Kansans since 1927.  We encourage KAH conference participation not only by academics, but also by teachers, museum staff, independent scholars, and others passionate about the study of the past or particular aspects of the past.  All activities will be on the second floor of the newly renovated Memorial Union on the east side of campus, 1331 Market St.  Oh, yes--you need not be from Kansas or live in Kansas to participate.  And world history is as welcome as state and local history—it all connects!

Schedule
Each session will include more than one panel of papers at the same time in different rooms


Friday, April 17
12:30   Registration & coffee, 2nd Floor, Union
1:30 – 3:00   Session I
3:00   Break
3:15 - 4:45   Session II
5:30   Registration ends; Student Networking Social; Friends of the Plains Social (must be over 21)
6:15   Dinner with Friends of the Plains, Speaker:
     Dr. Jim Hoy on “Chronicler of the Southwestern Plains: The Photographs of F.M. Steele”
Saturday, April 18
8:00    Registration & coffee
8:30 – 10:00    Session III
10:00    Break
10:15 – 11:45   Session IV
Noon    Dinner and Annual Meeting
EVERYONE welcome; Registration ends
  

Conference registration includes KAH and Friends of the Plains (Center for Great Plains Studies) memberships, four paper/presentation sessions with multiple panel options, one dinner speaker, two meals, two breaks with food, and lots of coffee:  Students $30 ($40 after 4/7/15); Others $60 ($70 after 4/7/15)
• Request a registration form:  ridehist@satelephone.com; (620) 528-3580
• Other registration information:  Bob Knecht (785) 272-8681 ext. 302; bknecht@kshs.org
• To submit a paper or session proposal or find out when specific panels and papers will be scheduled: Leonard Ortiz (785) 594-8482; Leonard.ortiz@bakeru.edu
• For information about the schedule, business meetings, access, or food:  Joyce Thierer, ESU Soc. Sci. (620) 344-0896; jthierer@emporia.edu
• About the Center for Great Plains Studies: http://www.emporia.edu/cgps
• Lodging:   http://www.visitemporia.com/191/Hotel-List