Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Howling Mob at "Class Matters" conference

The Howling Mob Society will be presenting on Thursday, June 4 during the Working Class Studies Association's annual "Class Matters" conference. The conference will take place on the University of Pittsburgh campus. Details from the conference program:

Session C—2:30-3:45 p.m. - Thursday, June 4
Pitt Cathedral of Learning, 2nd Floor, room 252

C3. "Contested Markers: Two Views on Historical Commemoration"
Joel Woller, History, Carlow University
Howling Mob Society, Independent,
“The Howling Mob Society Reclaims the Historical Marker”
Kenneth C. Wolensky, Penn State University and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission,
“Preserving and Interpreting Industrial and Working Class History Sites”

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