The full schedule for Amish America: Plain Technology in a Cyber World has now been posted, along with paper abstracts and event descriptions.
The conference will take place June 6-8, 2013 at the Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies at Elizabethtown College (Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania).
From the conference main page:
The conference will include more than 100 presentations in a variety of formats—plenary lectures, academic papers, panel discussions, seminars, and poster sessions.
Special features: pre-conference field trips, two new book releases, seminars by the producer of the PBS film The Amish and by the federal prosecutor in the recent beard-cutting case in Ohio, traditional Amish singing, and discussion with an Amish author of romance fiction.
The two tours (Health & Medical Services, and Agriculture & Business) are both full, though there is a wait-list option when you register.
Early bird registration ends May 1st, at a cost of $210 ($235 after the deadline up until May 20th), which includes all refreshments and meals.
There are also student rates ($110 by May 1st, $125 after), as well as single-day rates. Members of Plain communities may register at the student rate. You can register online, or mail or fax your registration form.