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9 – 9:30 Continental Breakfast

Welcome, Mark Magleby, Museum Director
Keynote Address: Dr. Phil Deloria

10:45-11  Break

11:00-12:30 Session 1 (Auditorium and Lecture room Concurrent Sessions)

Museum Auditorium:
Performance of the Wild West

Alison Fields, “Travel Routes, Performance Spaces and New Technologies: Blurring the Lines between Wild West Shows and Early Cinema,” Asst. Prof. of Art History, University of Oklahoma

Laura F. Fry, “The West Goes Global: Frederick Remington and the Spectacle of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West,” Curator, Gilcrease Museum

Elizabeth S. Hawley, “Imaging the Indian, Imagining the Indian: Maria and Julian Martinez at the 1915 Panama-California Exposition,” The Graduate Center, City University of New York, NYC

Museum Lecture room:
Fashion, Design, and the Commercial West

Sonya Abrego, “Beef-borne Hieroglyphics to Corporate Branding: The Cattle brand in the Twentieth Century Design,” New York University

Alison Goodrum, “Out West, In Vogue, On Vacation: Fashionable, Technical and Casual Clothing at the Dude Ranch, 1920 to 1940,” Professor, Manchester Metropolitan University, England

Caroline Jean Fernald, “The Persistence of Memory in the American Southwest: Anthropology, Art, and Authenticity (1880-1930),” Executive Director, Millicent Rogers Museum


12:30-2 LUNCH BREAK (On Own)

2- 3:30  Session II (Auditorium and Lecture Room Concurrent Sessions)

Museum Auditorium:
Tourism and the Imagined West

Laura Arata, “Branding Montana as the ‘Wild West

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