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Program: Twelfth Biennial SEA Conference, March 3-7, 2021 (All VIRTUAL)
The Many Pasts, Presents, & Futures of Early America

Conference Platform (via ExOrdo, for registered participants):


If you want to find out more about how the conference works, please see: SEA 2021–A VERY SHORT PRIMER!

SEA 2021 Keynote Addresses and Plenary Events:

NAIS Keynote Roundtable and Zoom Webinar

SEA 2021 Biennial Conference-Keynotes & Plenaries (Virtual Conference)


Program Committee Members

Patrick Erben (University of West Georgia, SEA President and Program Committee Chair)
Juliane Braun (Auburn University)
Tara Bynum (University of Iowa)
Betty Donohue (Independent Scholar,
John Garcia (Florida State University)
Carla Gerona (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Kirsten Silva Gruesz (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Lauren Klein (Emory University)
Rodrigo Lazo (University of California, Irvine)
Jason Payton (University of Georgia)
Cassander Smith (University of Alabama)
Kelly Wisecup (Northwestern University)

Program Committee–Advisory Members

Ralph Bauer (University of Maryland, SEA Vice President)
Stacy Boyd (University of West Georgia, Chief Diversity Officer)
Katy Chiles (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
Brigitte Fielder (University of Wisconsin Madison, chair of the SEA Ad-hoc Committee on Anti-Racism and Equity)
Sandra Gustafson (University of Notre Dame, SEA Executive Coordinator)
Michelle Bachelor Robinson (Spelman College, liaison to Atlanta University Center/HBCUs)

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