Max Kade Annex to be dedicated during 36th annual symposium
LAWRENCE – The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures is hosting the 36th annual Symposium of the Society for German-American Studies at the Max Kade Center, which is today through Saturday, April 14.
Presenters include scholars from Austria, German, Switzerland and the United States. Events will include the dedication of the Max Kade Annex (the formerly KJHK building), the oldest building on the KU campus, originally the stable of anti-slavery campaigner James H. Lane (Frank Baron. "James H. Lane and the Origins of the Kansas Jayhawk." Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 34 (Summer 2011): 114–27.)
The program of the conference is available online.