Cooperstown Symposium

The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture is a unique forum, sponsored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the State University of New York – Oneonta, which provides academics and researchers with a platform to present and discuss a variety of topics concerning the game of baseball and how it relates to our culture and society. All opinions delivered during the program belong to the presenter, and do not represent the policies or practices of either host institution.

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
25 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

2019 Registration Information:
• General Fee ($190)
• Friends of the HOF Member ($170)
• Undergraduate/Graduate ($125 with student ID)

Registration fee includes light refreshments each day, a catered dinner in the Hall of Fame Plaque Gallery on Thursday, and a three-day pass to the Hall of Fame. Per diem rates are available for those unable to attend the entire symposium ($50 for Wednesday or Friday, and $100 for Thursday which includes dinner). A limited number of extra dinner tickets are available at $40 per.
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For further information, please contact Symposium Co-Directors:
Jim Gates or Bill Simons