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NOMADMan speakers at 2013 Mystic symposium (5) RE: speakers at 2013 Mystic symposium 15 May 14

The spacing will be a bit off, but here is the schedule - pasted from a Word document.


Mystic Seaport's 34th Annual Symposium
Sponsored by Mystic Seaport Museum, the United States Coast Guard Academy, and the University of Connecticut at Avery Point

June 7 & 8, 2013

Friday, June 7, United States Coast Guard Academy, McAllister Hall Auditorium, Engineering Bldg

9:00 am       Coffee and Morning Refreshments
9:20 am       Welcome
9:30 am       William Dunlap, "From Birkenhead to Cherbourg—The Cruise of the Alabama in Lyric, Lore, & Law"
10:15 am    April Grant, "I Am the Pirate of the Isles: The Heroic Pirate in Popular Songs of the Whaling Era"
11:15 am    Paul Mercer, "'Of Dartmoor Prison, I'll Tell All I Can': The Prison Songbook of Thomas B. Mott, 1814-1815:
1:35 pm Jon Campbell, "The Astoria Fisher Poets Gathering"
2:20 pm Amanda Daly Berman, "Progenitors, Progress, and Preservation: Cultural and Musical Connections amongst Cape Breton and its Boston Diaspora"

Saturday, June 8, Mystic Seaport Museum, Greenmanville Church

9:30 am Marti Klein, "Temporary Mobility, Travel Narratives, and the 'Pull' of the Sea"
10:15 am Anita Gomez, "Jigs, Buck Dances, and Sounding the Deck in African American Dance"
11:15 am Aaron Walker, "Reenacting the Music of Williamsburg: The Shanties of the Georgia Sea Island Singers"

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