The 2015-16 KATH board cordially invites you to
celebrate KATH’s 41st year at the
Annual Meeting on
Saturday, October 29, 2016.
The meeting will be held at the
University of Kentucky’s William T. Young Library
401 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington.
Chalk the Vote: Education and Presidential Elections
In today's polarized political climate, presidential elections can be a difficult subject in the classroom. On one hand, current events can be a link between today's students and the elections of the past, but on the other hand, teachers of history must be careful to form a wall of separation between educating and electioneering. Join KATH in finding the perfect intersection between hot-button issues of the day and their connection to the past.
Plenary Session: Keynote Address
Professor Joshua A. Douglas, J.D., Robert G. Lawson & William H. Fortune Associate Professor of Law, University of Kentucky
The History of Voter ID Laws and the Story of Crawford v. Marion County Election Board
Professor James Klotter, Ph.D., The State Historian of Kentucky and Professor of History, Georgetown College
“The Great Rejected”: Henry Clay and the American Presidency