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Conference papers and proceedings

Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Scope Note: Published records of conferences, including abstracts, reports, and the papers presented. For ephemeral materials such as flyers, program books, daily newsletters, or newspapers that are distributed at conferences see [Conference materials.]

Found in 135 Collections and/or Records:

Life, the Universe, & Everything records

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197231010098]
Identifier: UA 5418
Scope and Contents

Collection of minutes and proceedings, a mission statement and a brief history of the symposium, 1993-2008.

Dates: 1993-2008

Military conferences materials, 1945

 File — Box 108: Series 5; Series 6; Series 7; Series 10; Series 12; Series 14 [Barcode: 31197233285292], Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 2350 Series 5 Sub-Series 8 File 1819
Scope and Contents

Material includes information from the Paris Conference and the Okinawa Conference. Also includes photographs. Dated 1945.

Dates: 1945

National Folk Organization conference correspondence, minutes, and other materials, approximately 1986-2013

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7833 Series 8
Scope and Contents This series contains all the materials regarding the annual National Folk Organization conferences. Materials include correspondence, annual board meeting minutes, registration materials, schedules, transportation, advertising, awards, recognitions, annual budgets, and contracts. The correspondence refers to materials sent to all the organization's members in regard to the conference, and also between board members reagarding planning of the events. The budgeting information refers to...
Dates: approximately 1986-2013

National Folk Organization records on Pourparler, 1997-2013

 Series — Box 1: Series 1
Identifier: MSS 7833 Series 1
Scope and Contents This series contains records of the annual event, Pourparler. The first event started in 1997, funded by the National Folk Organization. Pourparler is French, meaning to talk and dance excitedly without stopping for three days. The event brings together folk dance educators to listen to lectures, engage in discussion, and participate in spontaneous dance. The materials in this series include syllabi for each event, financial records, participant information, and some recordings of the events...
Dates: 1997-2013