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Researching New York: Perspectives on Empire State History
November 16 and 17, 2000
University at Albany-SUNY
Campus Center

Updated registration information for the Conference is available
at the Researching New York  Web site:
<http://nystatehistory.org/researchny/>.  Pre-registration is

The revised and updated Conference Program is at

Highlights of the 2000 Program include a keynote address by
historian Timothy J. Gilfoyle,  Loyola University of Chicago, on
Friday. Best known for his book "City of Eros," a richly detailed
work on prostitution in New York City, Professor Gilfoyle will draw
on his recent research to present" How  the Other Half Was
Incarcerated: Prison Life in the Age of Riis." Thursday evening
events include an informal reception, poster sessions and  exhibits,
and a screening of the documentary "The City  of Greater New York:
The Story of Consolidation"  with introduction and discussion with
producer Michael Miscione. Panel sessions will take place Thursday
afternnon and Friday.

Researching New York 2000
Conference Coordinating Committee
Program Committee
Richard Hamm
Laurie Kozakiewicz
Jane Ladouceur
Susan L. McCormick
Tod Ottman
Laura Wittern-Keller
e-mail: [log in to unmask]
phone:  518-442-4488
fax:    518-442-3477
Check the Conference Web site for registration details and conference updates at <http://nystatehistory.org/researchny>.