Thirteenth Institute for Historical Review Conference
May 27-29, 2000 (Orange County, California)
A stimulating, friendly atmosphere, superb accommodations, and three days of captivating lectures on a wide range of topics of interest to revisionists will combine to make Memorial Day weekend 2000 (May 27-29) an unforgettable weekend. As usual, IHR reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone.
Come for the refreshing getaway in the balmy May southern California weather. Come for the intellectual stimulation and revisionist camaraderie, to meet and hear the world's top revisionist scholars and activists, and to learn how and why the revisionist movement is making a tremendous impact the world over.
Subscribers to The Journal of Historical Review who have attended previous IHR conferences as paid attendees may register simply by indicating the accommodations desired on the form and remitting their registration and accommodation fees now.
If you have not attended a previous IHR conference, you must completely fill out the registration application and mail it to us. If accepted, we will notify you promptly. (This screening process is to ensure that everyone in attendance will contribute to an environment in which all can enjoy and benefit from the proceedings.)
When you fill out your registration application, please indicate the accommodations you desire so that if your application is accepted we can notify you of the exact amount you should remit.
Depending on contributions received, a limited number of reduced-fee scholarships may become available. These will be awarded on consideration of merit. Students are welcomed to inquire and should submit a resume of their educational activities and goals, and the reasons why they need and should be awarded a scholarship.
Fill out and mail in your Conference registration application today!