Semiquincentennial Task Force
Given the significance of the Bicentennial on the country and within the historical community, this task force is planning for AASLH and the field to make the most of the upcoming 250th anniversary of the nation’s founding. It will address activities, goals, and outcomes as well as partnerships, and issues of relevance, diversity, and new perspectives.
Norman Burns, Conner Prairie (2016-)
Linnea Grimm, Monticello (2016-)
Julie Rose, West Baton Rouge Museum (2016-)
Marian Carpenter, State of Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs (2016-)
Bill Adair, Pew Center for Arts and Heritage (2016-)