Border States On-Line
April 7-8, 2000
Fall Creek Falls State Park
Make Reservations NOW for the 45th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky-Tennessee ASA, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Pikeville, Tennessee.
Don’t Wait. Make Reservations Now.
(8-4:30 Central Standard Time Monday through Friday)
Rooms Held for KTASA members until March 3 only
Mention KTASA when you make your LODGING reservation ($75.08 * all inclusive, single or double) - before March 3. The conference registration fee (covering cocktail party, Friday evening dinner, Saturday morning breakfast) will be about $40 and is payable upon arrival.
* Note: $75.08 is the currently quoted rate. Though unlikely, this rate could be increased by a few dollars.
Fall Creek Falls State Park is located in Bledsoe and Van Buren Counties, 11 miles east of Spencer, 18 miles west of Pikeville. The park may be entered from Highways 111 or 30. For more information on the park, including a map and directions, consult the web site at:
If you have questions about the meeting, please contact
|FRIDAY, APRIL 7
1:10 SESSION I
"Violence, Historical Markers, and Dinner on the Grounds:
Tennessee’s First Civil War Battle"
"Rugby TN is Not in Fentress County: Reconstructing Utopia"
"That’s Daddy’s Gall Bladder: Researching a Hero [Alvin
2:40 SESSION II
A Panel Discussion on the Nature and Future of American Studies
John G. Cawelti, UK
4:00 SESSION III
"Whither the Kentucky?: The River, The People, The Future"
4:45 ATTITUDINAL ADJUSTMENT
AFTER DINNER PROGRAM
"Talking Heads, Preconceptions, and Televisual Attempts at
History: The Difference Between Dealing with A&E and the History
|SATURDAY, APRIL 8
8:30 BUSINESS MEETING
9:00 SESSION IV
"‘Putting Life and Mettle in the Heels of the Idle and Lewd’:
Brothels and the Birth of Popular Musics"
9:40 SESSION V
"‘After Reading Thoreau’: The Literary and Artistic Vision of
Emma Bell Miles"
"Coming of Age in Kentucky: The Problematic Role of Education In
Two Recent Memoirs by Bobbie Ann Mason and Linda Scott De Rozier"
11:00 SESSION VI
"Becoming a Surrogate Brother: Lizzie Hardin’s Civil War
"‘Corroborating His Phrenology’: American Phrenology, The
Great Crisis, and Ulysses S. Grant"
ALL TIMES CENTRAL STANDARD.
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