Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850
High Point, NC
February 19-21, 2015
The Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850 (CRE) is an organization of member schools dedicated to the promotion of research on the Revolutionary Period. The CRE provides an annual venue for the presentation of original research on the history of Europe, the United States, Latin America, the Atlantic World and beyond during the Age of Revolution. In 2015, High Point University will host the annual meeting. We are soliciting panel/paper proposals treating any aspect of history and welcome proposals from allied disciplines and comparative studies. In short, we offer a platform for research into the Revolutionary Era broadly defined. Annual conferences are not theme-based so a broad array of panels/papers is encouraged, including linked sessions on important anniversary events.
2015 Keynote Speakers:
Opening keynote: Dominic Lieven, London School of Economics
Friday Lunch speaker: Virginia Aksan, McMaster University
Banquet speaker: Michael Broers, Oxford University
Special Guest Speaker: Paul Schroeder
High Point University can be easily reached by air, flying into Greensboro/High Point Airport (GSO). Charlotte (CLT) and Raleigh (RDU) airports are 90 miles from the campus. The university can also be reached by car via I-40 or I-85.
Shuttle service to and from the Greensboro/High Point Airport (GSO) to the hotel will be available on Thursday and Sunday. Shuttles to and from the hotel to campus will run during the conference. Parking is limited on campus on Friday, but will be available Thursday night and Saturday. Please contact Frederick Schneid for airport shuttle details.
The conference will take place on the High Point University campus. Hotel accommodations are provided by Courtyard by Marriott, 1000 Mall Loop Road, High Point, NC 27262. (336) 882-3600 A block of rooms has been reserved at a conference rate of $119.00 per night. The hotel has a wine bar and café. Shuttle service from the hotel to the university will be provided.
Any questions should be sent to Frederick C. Schneid.