REGISTRATION: Although, except for lunch, the Symposium is free of charge, we need to know if you plan on
coming and what small groups you plan to attend. Please submit this form for each attendee by Friday, October 7.
Yes, I plan on attending:
SPACE PLANNING: To help us in planning please select the small group sessions you may want to attend. (Choose one in AM, one in PM.) However, please note that your interest in specific groups neither obligates you to attend that choice nor guarantees you a space. See pages 2 & 3 of our information packet for descriptions.
A1: The Slave Power (Leonard Richards)
A2: Allies for Emancipation? Lincoln and the Abolitionists (Manisha Sinha)
A3: Slavery or States' Rights? In Their Own Words (Charles Dew)
A4: Why Must You Pursue Us? African-Americans and the Colonization Movement (O. Power-Greene)
A5: To Fight the 'Slave Power' and the 'Money Power'--Economic Causes of the War (Bruce Laurie)
A6: A Civil War of Words (Lois Brown)
A7: Lincoln and the End of Slavery: How a Railroad Lawyer became the Great Emancipator (Paul Finkelman)
A8; Crisis of the '50's: The Compromise to John Brown (Lynda Morgan)
P1: Finally Free?--The Thirteenth Amendment (Leonard Richards)
P2: Unintended Consequences: NeoFeudalism in the Seedtime of Industrial Capitalism (Bruce Laurie)
P3: Gendering Civil Wars (Tera Hunter)
P4: The Freedman's Bureau--Purpose, Effectiveness, Resistance (Lynda Morgan)
P5: A Comparison: South Africa after the 1899-1902 South African War and the U. S. South (John Higginson)
P6: The Glorious Legacy of the Union Cause--The 14th and 15th Amendments (Paul Finkelman)
P7: Free but Not Equal: Defeated but Not Vanquished (Charles Dew)
P8: Teaching the Civil War in the K-12 Classroom (Kelley Brown)
LUNCH: We encourage you to reserve a box lunch ($10.00) - Mail a check (payable to "Five Colleges, Inc.") to 5CLIR, Mason Hall, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063. NOTE: Other lunch facilities on campus may require at least a fifteen minute walk.
regular (a variety of sandwiches)
I will mail
($10 each) for lunch (checks payable to "Five Colleges, Inc.") .
OR bring a brown bag lunch to eat in the lovely atrium in Isenberg.
Other lunch facilities on campus require at least a fifteen minute walk.