Text Box: "Writing the Indian," Durham Writers Conference, July 2004
Chair, "Beyond Boundaries: American Indians in Words and Images," New Directions in American Indian Studies Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, June 2004
"Undergraduate Curriculum Development in Public History," Conference of the National Council on Public History, the American Historical Association, Washington, D.C. June 2003
“The Widow in American History,” Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA May 2003
“Only the Dead Were Brave:  A Discussion of  Society’s Treatment of the Titanic widows in 1912-1915,”  With Good Reason, National Public Radio, broadcast January    2003, rebroadcast July 2003
“The Role of the West in Shaping American History,” presented at Wintergreen Nature
 Foundation, March 2002.
“Bringing College and Community Together:  the 
Public History Program at Longwood University,” annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians, Los Angeles, 2001.
“The Cost of War:  The Poems of Emily |Dickinson,” presented at National Library Week, April 2000.
“Our Debt to the Grandmothers:  American Indian Women and the Pocahontas Myth,” Women’s 
History Month presentation, Longwood University, March 1999.

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