Researching New York 2018

November 15-17

University at Albany-SUNY

 

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 topics. We again are  This year we are pleased to partner with our longtime partner, The Archives Partnership Trust, to present an expanded conference exploring all aspects of New York State History.  Planning is underway for an expanded program with additional  sessions at the NYS Museum, including workshops and other programs of interest for  secondary school teachers.

Many of you have asked whether there is a specific conference focus or theme this year–there is not. for 2018 we encourage everyone to consider the vast history of New York — and the many ways to tell the stories of New York as we hope to do as well.  We’ll have more on that, along with registration information in September.

The full program will be available shortly, as soon as all presenters have confirmed their participation..

 The conference is sponsored by the University at Albany Department of History & History Graduate Student Assn., University at Albany M.E. Grenander Special Collections & Archives, and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust with additional support from New York State Museum, Humanities NY, and the University at Albany College of Arts & Sciences, Office for Research, and University Auxiliary Services.

For further information– if you have questions or comments, please contact us at resrchny@albany.edu.