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- The Agrarian Studies 2000 Conference celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Yale University Program in Agrarian Studies and brings together past and present Agrarian Studies fellows from around the world.
- Two days of morning and afternoon sessions!
Over 40 papers discussed!
More than 60 participants!
- Friday, May 12, through Saturday, May 13, 2000
- Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
- Conference sessions and breaks: Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave.
- Dinners [restricted to conference participants only]:
- Friday: Luce Hall
- Saturday: Kline Biology Tower
- for Whom:
- All sessions are open to students, faculty, and the general public. No admission charge. [Dinners restricted to participants only.]
Information will be updated throughout the conference weekend. Click the navigation buttons (at left) or the links below for the latest details:
Topics and times of conference sessions
Schedule all conference events, including times and venues, paper and session topics, and speakers on one printable or downloadable page
Participants complete list of discussants, paper authors, and dinner speakers, plus their affiliations
Credits sponsors, credits, and contacts
Questions & further information
Contact Ms. Kay Mansfield at the Program in Agrarian Studies, by telephone 203/432-9833, or by email email@example.com
Special information for authors, discussants, and other participants only
How to submit Conference papers for posting on the Conference web site, updated periodically (All Authors: PLEASE READ)
Conference materials May 11 update: All papers are now published on the participants page. Last-minute changes will be posted through the conference weekend. [Access is restricted to participants only. If you did not receive your user ID and password, contact Kay Mansfield. If you still have problems accessing the restricted materials, contact the webmaster, H.G. Salome.]