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History Con at the Confluence
June 18 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$5 – $15
This Path Through History Weekend, Roberson is calling all history enthusiasts for a Saturday FILLED with special guest speakers and opportunities to dive into the past. If you love talking, reading, and researching history, this day is all about your passion.
Roberson invites attendees to explore history beyond a colonizer perspective and to investigate often unheard voices from the historical narrative. It’s sure to be a wonderful day filled with exploration and inquiry.
When: Saturday, June 18 from 10AM – 4PM
Price: $5 for Roberson Members; $15 for Not-Yet-Members
Planetarium shows and tours will be available for reservation the day of (included in the ticket price).
Speakers and topics include:
Jeremy Blackburn of Binghamton University, on navigating through hate speech,
cyberbullying, and internet mannerisms when carrying out online historical research.
Denise Tsadeyohdi Waterman from the Haudenosaunee Oneida Nation Turtle Clan and
the Onondaga Nation School speaking about the culture of the Haudenosaunee.
Laura Crounse from Roberson Museum, on tracing prominent local figures, such as the
Robersons, through Ancestry.com.
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