|Williamstown Historical Museum Presents a Conversation About History|
|08:18AM / Wednesday, April 06, 2022|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Historical Museum will present a free panel discussion on the subject of History titled: "A Conversation About Stories, Told, Revised, and Untold," on Saturday, April 9 from 11 am in the Community Room at the Milne Public Library.
The three participating panelists and moderator are long time area educator/scholars who will discuss both their particular current projects as well as the broader question of why understanding history is valuable and how and why such stories are told, revised, and untold.
Participating panelists are: Frances Jones-Sneed, professor Emeritus of history at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, North Adams; Thomas Ostheimer, Mt. Greylock Regional School social studies teacher, and Kathleen M. Morris, Marx Director of Collections and Exhibitions and Curator of Decorative Arts at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown.
The panel will be moderated by, Charles B. Dew, Ephraim Williams Professor of American History Emeritus at Williams College.
The Milne Public Library is located at 1095 Main Street, on the south side of Field Park at the northern junction of Routes 2 & 7 in Williamstown. Ample parking is available and the building is handicap accessible.