The Mormon History Association Annual Conference (June 6-9, 2013) Preliminary Program Released

Here it is.

There are too many awesome presenters and topics to highlight them all, so please share in the comments what presentations you’re most excited about and also if you will be at the conference this year. 

My session is on Friday from 3:30-5:00

Session #3F Mormonism and Ethnicity
Room: Stratus 8-9
Chair: Armand Mauss (Claremont Graduate College)
Michele Ferris: The Late Nineteenth-Century Polarizing Influence of Chinese Immigrants in Salt Lake City
Margaret Blair Young and Darius Aiden Gray: The Railroad Brings Blacks to Utah—and the Rest is History
Jared Tamez: “I Used to Think I Was an Orphan”: The Mesa, Arizona, Lamanite Conventions and Temple Excursions, 1945-1975
Comments: Ronald G. Coleman (University of Utah)

Really excited to go as I’ve missed the last two. Who else is going?

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One Response to The Mormon History Association Annual Conference (June 6-9, 2013) Preliminary Program Released

  1. kevinf says:

    So much good stuff to choose from. I will be presenting Saturday in the 2:00 to 3:30 slot about LDS soldiers in the Siberian intervention, 1918-1920.

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