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WESTERN RESERVE STUDIES SYMPOSIUM

 

Calendar of Events and Pages

2007

University Circle: A Destination and a Neighborhood

May 2007

2006

Transformation of a Region: The Western Reserve and 'The Livable City'

November 3, 2006

2005

A Quiet Revolution: Land Use Initiatives in the Western Reserve
November 4, 2005

2004

Land Use and Prosperity in the Western Reserve: A Call to Action                                                                                                                November 5, 2004.  No. 18                                                  

2002

Regional Foods and Markets: Reconnecting Farmers and Consumers in the Western Reserve

October 18-19, 2002. No. 17

2001 Building a Medical Community in the Western Reserve
October 12-13, 2001. No.16
2000 Writing Across Time And The Region
October 13-14, 2000. No.15
1999 The Promise of the Land
October 1-2, 1999. No.14
1998 Politics!
October 9-10, 1998. No.13
1997 Lifelines of the Western Reserve! Transportation: Land/Water/Air
October 3-4, 1997. No.12
1996 Remarkable Happenings in the Western Reserve, or Whose Bicentennial Is It Anyway?
October 18-19, 1996. No.11
1995 From All Sides: Philanthropy in the Western Reserve
October 6-7, 1995. No.10
1994 Parameters of Faith: Religion in the Western Reserve
October 7-8, 1994. No.9
1993 The Western Reserve in the Gilded Age: Moguls, Monuments and Other Manefestations
October 8-9, 1993. No.8
1992 Mapping the Land: Western Reserve Scapes and Shapes
November 13-14, 1992. No.7
1991 Discovery! Western Reserve Neighborhoods
November 8-9, 1991. No.6
1990 A Preservation Ethic In A Throwaway Society
November 9-10, 1990. No.5
1989 Time's Passage: The Social and Cultural Seasons of Western Reserve Life
November 10-12, 1989. No.4
1988 Transplanting and Innovating: New Patterns on the Reserve, 1830-1880
November 6-7, 1988. No.3
1987 Authors and Artists on the Reserve
September 19, 1987. No.2
1986 Western Reserve Studies: A Symposium on Regional History and Culture
May 10-11, 1986. No.1