Institute of Ulster Scots Studies in the U.S.
Task Force Meeting


February 15-16, 2002, Four Points Sheraton, Blacksburg, Virginia
Sponsored by Appalachian Studies Program at Virginia Tech and Institute of Ulster Scots Studies, University of Ulster

Those pictured below include:

Ginette Aley History, Virginia Tech
Katharine BrownHistoric Preservation, Mary Baldwin College
CeCe ConwayEnglish Dept., Appalachian State University
Elizabeth FineDirector, Humanities Program, Virginia Tech
Patrick Griffin History Department, Ohio University
Warren R. HofstraHistory Department, Shenandoah University
Richard MacMasterElizabethtown College (Pennsylvania), Scotch-Irish Society of America
Gail McMillanDigital Library and Archives, Virginia Tech
Kerby MillerHistory Department, University of Missouri, Columbia
Chris MoserAtlanta Area Friends of Folk Music
Michael MontgomeryProfessor Emeritus, University of South Carolina
Norma MyersCurator, Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University
Dr. Johan Norstedt English Department, Virginia Tech
Dr. Leonard Peters Vice-President of Research, Virginia Tech
Anita PuckettCoordinator, Appalachian Studies Program, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Virginia Tech
Michael SaffleCenter for Interdisciplinary Studies, Virginia Tech
Peter WallensteinHistory Dept., Virginia Tech
Helen WykleCoordinator of Special Collections, University of North Carolina, Ashville
Robert VaughnPresident, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
Andrew WyndhamDirector, Humanities Resource Service, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

Walenstein, Conway, Puckett, Peters

Hofstra, Wyndham, Montgomery

Myers, Miller

Alley, Fine

Norstedt, Vaughn, Walenstein, Conway, Puckett

Wykle, Saffle, Brown

Montgomery, Vaughn

Brown, MacMaster, Griffin

Moser, Fine, Vaughn, Conway

Wyndham, Griffin, Walenstein, Miller

Montgomery, MacMaster, Hofstra, Puckett

McMaster, Hofstra, Puckett, Montgomery

Wykle, Brown

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