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Election 2016 MiniConference
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Are you puzzled by the 2016 Election? Join us on Friday, July 28 for a special one-day mini-conference to examine how we got here, where we are now, and where we go from here. Feel free to attend one or all of the panels and the RSS plenary address by Katherine Cramer, University of Wisconsin Madison. 

To see Election 2016 Mini-Conference details click on the following link: rev. RSS Rural Politics Mini-Conference flier.pdf

 
Amish Studies Mini-Conference
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With a population doubling time of 21 years, the Amish are one of rural Americas’ fastest growing, most viable ethno-religious groups. From their plain clothes to their horse-and-buggy transportation and even to the more subtle ways they think and behave, the Amish remain highly distinct from the American mainstream, making them a fascinating site of inquiry for rural sociologists. The co-editors of Ohio State University’s Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies invite conference attendees to participate in Amish-focused events spanning two days. On Thursday, a day-long field trip to Holmes County, OH, will open the mini-conference, and on Friday, four back-to-back paper sessions will offer ground-breaking research. Please join us!

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