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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

[haw-info] Corrected announcement for HAW panel at the AHA

Dear Friends:

HAW has put together a very exciting and timely roundtable for the upcoming AHA
conference in New York City. We hope that you can all come to it. And please invite your
friends, the panel is free and open to all.
The panel "The Bush Cheney Years: The Damage Done, The Consequences to Come, and
How Can we Move Beyond Them" will run from 2:30 to 4:30 in the Empire Ballroom East, on
the second floor, at the Sheraton New York at
7th Avenue and 53rd Street, on Saturday, January 3rd.

The speakers are: Alice Kessler-Harris, Columbia University; David Montgomery, Yale
University; Vijay Prashad, Trinity College; Ellen Schrecker, Yeshiva University; and Barbara
Weinstein, New York University.

After this panel, please join us for a HAW discussion and meeting. Again, all are welcome.
We will discuss the connections between the economic crisis and building the anti-war
movement and the challenges both situations pose, as well as plans for the upcoming year.

For a poster about the panel, go to http://www.historiansagainstwar.org/aha09/

Please contact Margaret Power (power@iit.edu) or Van Gosse (van.gosse@fandm.edu) if you
have any questions.

Margaret Power
Associate Professor
Department of Humanities
Illinois Institute of Technology
3301 S. Dearborn
Chicago, IL 60616

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Blogger David T. Beito said...

I wish I could be there. It sounds like it stimulate some important discussion about HAW's future.

1:49 PM  

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