Location: Silver Lake Community Center / 529 Plainfield Street in Providence. Parking is available behind the Community Center and on the street.
Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:30am: Registration; coffee & bagels; write-in morning sessions accepted until 9:45am.
9:50am: All participants vote for morning session proposals. Sessions will be announced immediately.
1 – 2pm: Session 3
2 – 3pm: Session 4
3pm: Session share-outs. One participant from each session will give a 1-sentence summary of each session for all participants. Participants may choose to continue their conversations over aperitifs at a nearby restaurant, such as St. Bart’s Club at 66 Sophia Street!
Prior to the conference, during and afterwards, please feel free to post your thoughts on Twitter at #heritage20. The Twitter handle of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities is @publichumans.