7th Annual Minidoka Civil Liberties Symposium

Civil Liberties Symposium IX

Catholic First Communion Class at Minidoka Relocation Center, Sept. 8th, 1943, National Archives

Catholic First Communion Class at Minidoka Relocation Center, Sept. 8th, 1943, National Archives

The Struggle for Religious Freedom
Yesterday and Today
June 19 - 20, 2014
College of Southern Idaho

An interdisciplinary conference that examines
the relationship between immigration and
civil liberties in American history. Emphasis will be on the Japanese American experience during World War II.

With Featured Speakers:
Tetsuden Kashima - Sociologist
Frank Lambert, Richard Stallings, Jim Gentry - Historians
David Adler, Lane Hirabayashi, Paul Watanabe - Political Scientists
Rev. Brooks Andrews
Rose Masters & Patricia Biggs - National Park Service

Registration Information:

Public Admission (Non-credit participants)
$80 (includes both days of conference, 2 continental breakfasts and 2 lunches)
To register visit communityed.csi.edu and register for XSYM 001 C01 or call CSI Community Education at (208) 732-6442

CSI Lower Division Credit (socs 199A C01)
$110 + $40 registration fee for 1 Social Science Credit (includes 2 continental breakfasts and 2 lunches) Register in person at CSI in the Matrix Center in the Taylor Administration Building. Current CSI students may register online at www.csi.edu.



For more information contact: Dr. Russ Tremayne at (208) 732-6885,
CSI Community Education at (208) 732-6442 or Carol Ash, Minidoka Historic Site, (208) 933-4125

Presented by:

College of Southern Idaho National Partk Service Logo Minidoka | National Historic Site Idaho Friends of Minidoka Boise State University