Redpath Seminar 2014: "A Great City From the Start: The Founding and Lasting Significance of St. Louis"

The City of St. Louis will mark the 250th anniversary of its founding 
with signature events and festivities. We invite you to join us for a 
full day Redpath Seminar on Friday, February 14, 2014 at a symposium 
on the history of St. Louis that is conceived and lead by Yale 
historians. Yale Professor Jay Gitlin '71, '74MusM, '02 Ph.D. has put 
together a full day of talks and panels on the significance of St.
Louis - "A Great City From The Start: The Founding and Lasting 
Significance of St. Louis".
 
You and your guests are invited to attend this exciting Symposium, 
which includes many Yale scholars on Friday, February 14, 2014 as they 
trace the history of St. Louis from its founding up to present time. 
 

To learn more about this seminar's Yale Faculty, speakers, schedule, venue, suggested reading list, Redpath FAQs, and information about Robert Redpath's vision of bringing Yale Faculty to Yale Alumni around the country, click on the links to the left of this page.

Event and Registration Details:

What:  The Redpath Seminar:  A Great City From the Start:  The Founding and Lasting Significance of St. Louis
Where:  Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd, St Louis, MO  63112
When:  Friday, February 14, 2014, 9 – 5pm; Optional Yale Club of St. Louis hosted Dinner at Windows On Washington
Registration: $20 per participant for Symposium and Luncheon; $75 per person for  Symposium, Luncheon and Dinner. 

 

Schedule information                                                Speaker Bios

Register Here!!!

 

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