GEORGE R. RYSKAMP, J.D., A.G., Associate Professor of History at Brigham Young University has over nearly 40 years of experience working in archives all over the world, and is the author of numerous books and articles on Hispanic research and a regular lecturer at national and international conferences.
He specializes in Spanish language research, evidential analysis and United States probate and legal systems. Nearly every year for fifteen years he has taken groups of students to Spain, France and/or Italy to learn firsthand how to research in archives.
His presentations are:
- Circumstantial Evidence Adventures on Research Roads of Continental Europe
- Wills: Universal Concepts and Their Application to Family History Research