Conference Paper Titles

Conference Paper Titles

ARTS, ARCHITECTURE, AND CULTURE
David Bergstone, “Moravian Architecture Becomes Southern”
David Blum, ‘The Americanization of Moravian Music”
Stewart Carter, “Performances of Joseph Haydn’s Creation in the American South: the Moravian Connection”
Geoff Hughes, “Salem’s Congregation-owned Pottery on Lot 38”

RELIGION, GENDER, AND ECONOMICS
Craig Atwood, “Zinzendorf, Spangenberg, and the Moravians in America”
Grant McAllister, “The Shifting Performance of Easter Sunday in Salem”
Jake Ruddiman, “Traugott Bagge and Salem’s Brethren in Revolutionary America”
Larry E. Tise, “Loyalty Tests and Unruly Guests”
C. Riddick Weber, “From Innovation to Imposition: Changing Understandings of the Single Sisters Choir in Salem from 1772 to 1822”

MORAVIAN, AFRICAN AMERICAN AND AMERICAN INDIAN RELATIONSHIPS
Martha Hartley, “The Changing Landscape of Slavery in Salem”
Rowena McClinton, “Moravian Missions to American Indian Communities in North America: Dilemmas and Successes, 1782 – 1822”
André Minkins, “Intertwining History and the Dramatic Arts in the Cultural Performance ‘The Search for Wachovia’: The Wachovia Experience for American Indian and African American Peoples”
Charles Rodenbough, “African Moravian Converts: From Antigua to the Sauratown Plantation and Wachovia”
Ulrike Wiethaus, “Moravian Missionary Spirituality: Continuity and Change in Three Cultural Contexts”

NEW INSIGHTS FROM THE MORAVIAN ARCHIVES
Eric Elliott, “Finding the Stories of Enslaved Persons in the Records of Winston-Salem’s Moravian Archives”
Thomas McCullough, “Moravian Memorialization and Identity Transformation during the Early Republic”
Paul Peucker, ” ‘An Archives of Truth’: Moravian Recordkeeping and Archival Selection”