"The Salesman Has a Birthday: Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Death of a Salesman"
Keynote Speaker: Christopher Bigsby, "Arthur Miller: Time Traveller."
Matthew Roudané, "Celebrating Salesman."
Peter Levine, "'Attention Must Be Paid': Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and the American Century."
Steven Centola, "'The Condition of Tension': Unity of Opposites as Dramatic Form and Vision in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman."
Janet Balakian, "Beyond the Male Locker-Room: Death of a Salesman from a Feminist Perspective."
Heather Callow, "Masculine and Feminine in Death of a Salesman."
George P. Castellitto, "Willy Loman: The Tension between Marxism and Capitalism."
Lewis Livesay, "Willy's Mystified Failure to Attain Identity in Death of a Salesman."
Stephen Marino, "'It's Brooklyn, I know, but we hunt, too': The Image of the Borough in Death of a Salesman."
Susan C. W. Abbotson, "From Loman to Lyman: The Salesman Forty Years On."
Brenda Murphy, "Salesman at 50: The 1999 Broadway Production."
Jane Dominik, "Absent Characters in Miller's Drama."
Kate Egerton, "'Getting Sorry': Truth and Alcohol in The Archbishop's Ceiling."
Herb Goldstein, "Hap Loman's Evolution into Lyman Felt."
Participants also attended the Broadway anniversary revival of Death of a Salesman.
A number of the conference's papers were collected and published by Stephen Marino in "The Salesman Has a Birthday: Essays Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Death of a Salesman." (University Press of America, 2000)