RESEARCHING NEW YORK
Looking Back—Looking Forward: Exploring Intersections of Society, Culture, Policy, & Law
November 17-19, 2016
The New York State Historical Association/ Conference on NYS History
The New York State Archives Partnership TrustM.E. Grenander Special Collections & Archives,
University at Albany Libraries
With additional support from:University at Albany
College of Arts & Sciences &
The Office for Research
The New York State Museum
The Albany Law School
Exploring Intersections of Society, Culture, Policy, & Law
Celebrate New York History Month at the annual Researching New York Conference!! The conference meets annually in November, bringing together historians, archivists, public historians, graduate students, museum curators, teachers, documentarians, and more to share their work on New York State history. This year we are pleased to partner with the New York State Historical Association/Conference on New York State History, as well as our longtime partner, The Archives Partnership Trust, to present a single expanded 2016 conference exploring all aspects of New York State History. Joining us are the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government and the Albany Law School, as we explore the implications of the 2017 vote on whether to hold a Constitutional Convention in New York State. The expanded program, in development, will also include additional workshops and opportunities for secondary school teachers.
Preliminary Program & Registration Information
Thanks to all who submitted proposals for this year's expanded conference. We are awaiting final confirmation from our panelists and expect the full program and registration details will be available shortly.
Special Focus: As they do every 20 years, New Yorkers will vote, in 2017, on whether to hold a Constitutional Convention to change the New York State Constitution. Understanding this historically, in the larger context of society, politics, civic engagement, and more, informs current debates over convening a constitutional convention while enlarging our understanding of the civic life and history of New York State. Historically, debates leading up to and actual outcomes of Constitutional Conventions have often had wide ranging, if not always well-understood, implications for the citizens of New York.
The conference is sponsored by the University at Albany Department of History, the New York State Historical Association and cosponsored by the University at Albany M.E. Grenander Special Collections & Archives, the New York State Archives Partnership Trust and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.
For further information-- if you have questions or comments, please contact us at email@example.com.
Researching New York | Department of History | New York State Historical Assn. | New York State Archives Partnership Trust
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