NYCTC5: Columbia, March 2018

Columbia University
March 23 – 25, 2018

All sessions at Heyman Center, East Campus, Columbia University unless otherwise indicated

Thursday, March 22
Arrivals — dinner on own

Friday, March 23
9.30-11        Introductory session: Archival Tricks of the Trade (Alma and Chika)
11-11.15      Coffee
11.15-12.30 Work in Progress 1: Abi (Comment: Divya)
12.30-1.45   Lunch
1.45-3         Work in Progress 2: Andrew (Comment: George)
3-3.30         Coffee
3.30-5.30    Public Event: “Second Wave Feminism as History: Britain and Beyond” (Chair: Emily Jones, Columbia; Comment: Camille Robcis, Cornell)
Lucy Delap (Cambridge): “Men, feminism and rethinking sex in late twentieth-century Britain”
Judith Walkowitz (Johns Hopkins): “The Feminist Archive and the Spatial Politics of Reading: An Archive Memoir”
5.30           Reception
6.45           Small-group dinners (see separate sheet for groups and venues)

Saturday, March 24
9.30-10.45 Work in Progress 3: Emily R (Comment: Lynton)
10.45-11    Coffee
11-12.30    Methods and practices: oral history (organized by Roslyn and George with support from Sarah Dziedzic, Columbia Oral History program)
12.30-2     Lunch
2-3.15       Work in Progress 4: Trina (Comment: Laura)
4-6            Big Onion Historical Harlem Walking Tour: meet on steps of Schomberg Center at 4pm.
6.30          Group dinner: Lido (2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd, at 117th)

Sunday, March 25
10-11.30      Student-led session: Article publication stories (Freddy and Anna DH)
11.30-12.30 Future planning session
12.30           Departures

We gratefully acknowledge support from the following sources: the Columbia History Department, the Heyman Center, Columbia University Seminars, ISERP, NYU, and the History Faculty, University of Cambridge.