1. It’s a great bargain. 2. It’s friendly. 3. It’s small and intimate. 4. It’s intellectually stimulating. 5. For first time presenters, it’s not intimidating. 6. It’s better than a big conference. We schedule single sessions (at most two concurrent sessions), so you always present to a full house. No empty rooms with more presenters […]
Crossing Over: Borders & Bridges Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association (KTASA) Biennial Conference May 16, & 17, 2014 in Murfreesboro, TN at the Murfreesboro & Rutherford County Heritage Center; In partnership with the Center for Historic Preservation, MTSU PROPOSALS DUE: January 15, 2014 The program committee for the Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association invites panel and paper […]
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