A conference at the Rothermere American Institute
The politician and scholar Daniel Patrick Moynihan was directly involved in or commented upon nearly all of the great and controversial issues in the twentieth century U.S. As a sociologist, political scientist, ethnographer, ambassador, senator, and official in four presidential administrations, Moynihan’s career spanned fifty years and numerous spheres of public life.
In 2016, the fortieth anniversary of Moynihan’s first election to the Senate, and thirteen years after his death, the Rothermere American Institute’s annual postgraduate history conference will be dedicated to a consideration of Moynihan’s legacy and the developments in the life of the American nation that occupied his career. The conference will include a keynote panel featuring John Price, who was Moynihan’s assistant for urban affairs in the Nixon White House.
A provisional programme is available here.
Questions can be addressed to the organisers (Louisa Hotson, Daniel Rowe, and Patrick Andelic) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is now open!
To register, please e-mail your name, institutional affiliation, and any dietary or other special requirements to the conference organisers at email@example.com. There is a nominal registration fee of £10 per delegate, which includes lunch, coffee, and the conference dinner (see below). This fee is payable via PayPal (to the account 'firstname.lastname@example.org') or by cheque. Please send cheques, payable to the 'Rothermere American Institute', to the following address:
c/o Rothermere American Institute
1a South Parks Road
The deadline to register for this conference is Thursday, April 21. The conference registration fee includes a two-course dinner at Browns restaurant. If you would like to attend, we would be grateful if you could complete this form with your order choices by April 22. All delegates are welcome.