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AHA Annual Meeting - American Historical Association

5,000 87

Overview

Event Overview:

The AHA was founded in 1884 and has held an Annual Meeting since 1885. Meetings are held Thursday-Sunday, the first weekend in January following New Year's Day.

The annual meeting offers many opportunities to explore career paths, hone your job search skills, and expand your professional network. Whatever the stage of your career search, there is a workshop, panel session or networking opportunity to aid you at the AHA annual meeting.

Why Attend the Annual Meeting?

Networking and Reconnecting

  • Explore historical connections with scholars outside your field

  • Catch up with that best friend from your grad school cohort

  • Reconnect with scholars you met in the archives last summer

  • Meet face-to face with historians you engaged online through social media or email

  • Build relationships for future panels, edited volumes, and more

A Hub of Scholarship

  • Attend sessions covering every subfield within the discipline

  • Present your work and get feedback from diverse perspectives

  • Pitch your latest project to editors from dozens of top presses

  • Identify new trends in the discipline from both established and emerging historians

Resources for Educators

  • Participate in teaching workshops for K-12 and undergraduate instruction

  • Get new insights into important historiographical questions to bring to your classroom

  • Find course materials from textbooks to digital primary source collections

Career Development

  • Join critical discussions about issues facing historians in all professions

  • Learn about the full diversity of historians’ employment

  • Plan what’s next for your career, whether you’re an undergraduate, PhD candidate, early career historian, or beyond

  • Gain new skills to improve your research, teaching, and public engagement

Insights into Local History and Culture

  • Explore the unique history of the host city and region

  • Join a tour with local experts to top museums and historic sites

  • Discover local cuisine with new and old friends

Exhibitor Information:

Since 1884, the American Historical Association annual meeting has been the premier gathering for historians to come together to share research, engage in professional development, and network with other scholars from across the world. Young historians attend to learn about the discipline and career opportunities.

The Exhibit Hall is a major attraction for historians who seek publishers for their work, books for course adoption, and new teaching resources. Attendees can investigate the latest monographs, edited volumes, and journals, as well as explore a variety of digital tools applicable to their work.

Why Exhibit at the AHA Annual Meeting?

Support your authors by promoting their books

Meet new potential authors waiting to pitch their projects to you

Demonstrate your electronic database, digital program, or other tool

Connect with educators seeking new books for course adoption

Convince attendees to recommend your books and databases to their institutions for purchase

About AHA:

The American Historical Association (AHA) is the largest professional organization in the United States devoted to the study and promotion of history and historical thinking. Only the AHA brings together historians from all specializations and professions, embracing their breadth, variety, and ever-changing activity.

Agenda

Jan 4   

8:30 AM-12:00 PM

 

Learning from Evidence: Using Student Work to Understand Their Learning
International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History 1

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

Symposium on Advanced Placement History
College Board 

9:00 AM-1:00 PM

 

Getting Started in Digital History Workshop

11:00 AM-7:00 PM

 

AHA Headquarters Office

 

AHA Information Desk

 

AHA Meeting Registration

 

Nursing Mother's Room

12:00 PM-6:00 PM

 

Coat Check (unattended)

 

Job Center

 

Quiet Room

12:30 PM-4:00 PM

 

Tour 1: The Frederick Douglass Home and National Historic Site

12:30 PM-5:30 PM

 

CLAH Information Table
Conference on Latin American History 

1:00 PM-4:30 PM

 

Tour 2: Tour of The Value of Money Exhibition and the National Numismatic Collection at the National Museum of American History

1:30 PM-3:00 PM

 

Teacher, Historian, Scholar: The Professional Identity of Two-Year Faculty
AHA Session 1

 

Bringing Collaborative Research into Doctoral Training: Field Dispatches from the NEH Next Generation Program and the AHA Mellon Grant
AHA Session 2

 

On the Job: Talking about History Skills with Employers
AHA Session 3

 

New Directions in Military History: A Roundtable Discussion on US Military Influence and Infrastructure at Home and Abroad
AHA Session 4

 

Innovations in Historical Teaching: The History Harvest
AHA Session 5

 

Public History in Contentious Times: The Crowdsourced Syllabus
AHA Session 6

 

The State and the Archives in the Post-fact Age
AHA Session 7

 

Beyond Nationalism: Globalizing China’s World War II
AHA Session 8

 

Writing Global History in Early Modern Europe
AHA Session 9

 

Animating Human Rights: Animal Histories from Abolition to the Long Civil Rights Movement
AHA Session 10

 

Black Women and Internationalism in the 20th Century
AHA Session 11

 

Children’s Health, Corporate America, and Nationalism in the Cold War
AHA Session 12

 

Unfreedom: A Roundtable—Constructing Race and Class in the Early Modern Atlantic World
AHA Session 13

 

The Digital History of 19th-Century US Religion
AHA Session 14

 

Central European History Society President’s Panel: Transnational Encounters on the Soviet Home Front: Central and East European Jewish Refugees in the USSR during the Holocaust
AHA Session 15

 

The #NoDAPL and Water Is Life Movements and Historians
AHA Session 16

 

Outing the Early American Past: Case Studies from Academic and Public History
AHA Session 17

 

Environmental History in East Africa and the Indian Ocean World
AHA Session 18

 

Knowledge Production and Economic Life in the Long Gilded Age
AHA Session 19

 

Fascist Legacies: The Afterlife of Fascism in Italy and Beyond
AHA Session 20

 

Cultural Diplomacy, Science, and Brazil-US Relations, 1930s–50s
AHA Session 21

 

What Is the African Diaspora in a “Post-racial Society”? The Case of 19th- and 20th-Century Mexico
AHA Session 22

 

Final Passages, Part 1: New Perspectives on the Intra-American Slave Trading Routes
AHA Session 23

 

Research and Scholarship in Federal History Jobs
AHA Session 24

 

New Research on the Economic Causes and Consequences of Discrimination and Segregation
AHA Session 25

 

A People’s Journey: Exploring African American Experiences in a National Museum on a World Stage
AHA Session 26

 

Migrancy and Empire in the 18th Century: A Roundtable
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies 1

 

Spatial History in Border Regions of Modern Latin America
Conference on Latin American History 4

 

Crossing Borders in Latin American History: “Pioneer” Women Historians and Their Stories
Conference on Latin American History 5

 

Kinship, Ethnicity, and the Law in the Iberian World
Conference on Latin American History 6

 

Annual Business Meeting of the CCWH
Coordinating Council for Women in History 

 

History and Public Policy Centers: A Roundtable Discussion
National History Center of the American Historical Association 1

 

Roundtable: Teaching Polish and Polish-American History
Polish American Historical Association 1

 

Reflecting on Renaissance Refugees and Forced Migrations in the Era of the Muslim Ban
Renaissance Society of America 

1:30 PM-4:30 PM

 

Tour 3: The Folger Shakespeare Library

2:00 PM-5:00 PM

 

Tour 4: Tour of Decatur House Led by the White House Historical Association

 

NEH Information Table
National Endowment for the Humanities 

3:30 PM-5:00 PM

 

Slavery and the University—Research in Action
AHA Session 27

 

Historians Behaving Badly: Intellectual Citizenship, Professional Behavior, and the Public Good
AHA Session 28

 

Digital Projects Lightning Round
AHA Session 29

 

Teaching Queer Themes and Experiences in World History
AHA Session 30

 

Globalizing Disability History: Contributions from Latin America, the Middle East, South Asia, and East Asia
AHA Session 31

 

Race, Sport, Spectatorship
AHA Session 32

 

Final Passages, Part 2: New Perspectives on the Intra-American Slave Trading Routes
AHA Session 33

 

Workshop: Federal Jobs Revealed
AHA Session 34

 

Is This Thing On? How History Podcasts Can, and Should, Change the Discipline
AHA Session 35

 

Freedom Tactics: Inventing Alternatives to Enslavement and Race in the 18th- and 19th-Century Black Atlantic
AHA Session 36

 

November 11, 1918, in the Middle East
AHA Session 37

 

1960s GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums)
AHA Session 38

 

State Ritual and Symbolic Power in Early Modern Eurasia
AHA Session 39

 

Interactive Approaches to Teaching 20th-Century German History
AHA Session 40

 

Green Places, White Faces: Park Creation and Indigenous Self-Determination in the Global 20th Century
AHA Session 41

 

Bringing Women and Girls into the Development Discourse: Global Historical Inquiries into Female Work and Value
AHA Session 42

 

“Third World” Anticolonial Nationalism and the Chicana/o Movement
AHA Session 43

 

The Identity Concept and Its Futures Past. A Roundtable on Gerald Izenberg's Identity: The Necessity of a Modern Idea
AHA Session 44

 

Dancing Reformers or Reformed Dancers? Dance, Religion, and Gender in the Reformation
AHA Session 45

 

Constitutions and Minority Rights: Case Studies from South Asia
AHA Session 46

 

Beyond Haiti: Race and the Limits of Revolutionary Freedom in France’s Global Empire, 1789–1815
AHA Session 47

 

Political Imaginaries at the End of Empire
AHA Session 48

 

After War: Recognizing, Representing, and Remembering Veterans in American Society, 1945–2016
AHA Session 49

 

Economic Histories of Forced Labor in Africa: Insights from New Sources and Approaches
AHA Session 50

 

Teaching Conservatism in the Age of Trump
AHA Session 51

 

The Latin American Middle Classes: An Interdisciplinary Approach
AHA Session 52

 

PLACEHOLDER: Late Breaking Session
AHA Session 

 

ACHA Executive Council Meeting
American Catholic Historical Association 

 

Migration and Irish Identity
American Conference for Irish Studies 

 

Moral Limits: Inequality in Ethics in the Atlantic Human Sciences, 20th Century
Conference on Latin American History 9

 

Social Control, Violence, and Religion in the Caribbean and Central America
Conference on Latin American History 10

 

Organizations and Collaboration: A Conversation about Women in History
Coordinating Council for Women in History 2

 

Understanding the Past to Plan the Future: Historical Inquiry and Philanthropic Grant-Making
National History Center of the American Historical Association 2

 

PAHA Board Meeting
Polish American Historical Association 

 

Politics, Culture, and Identity in 20th-Century Italy
Society for Italian Historical Studies 2

 

The Fight for Global Equality
Toynbee Prize Foundation 

4:00 PM-5:00 PM

 

Getting the Most Out of the Annual Meeting

 

Undergraduate Orientation to the Meeting

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

 

Reception for Graduate Students

 

Undergraduate Reception

5:30 PM-6:30 PM

 

Reception for History Bloggers and Twitterstorians

5:30 PM-7:30 PM

 

Film Screening: In Our Son's Name: A Family Responds to 9/11

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

 

Welcome Reception

6:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

CLAH General Committee Meeting
Conference on Latin American History 

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

American Historical Association Awards Ceremony

8:00 PM-9:30 PM

 

Plenary Session: New Perspectives on Histories of the Slave Trade

Jan 5   

7:00 AM-8:30 AM

 

Journal Editor's Breakfast (invitation only)

7:00 AM-11:00 AM

 

Tour 5: National Museum of African American History and Culture

7:30 AM-9:00 AM

 

SHE National Advisory Board Meeting
Society for History Education 

8:00 AM-8:30 AM

 

NEH Information Table
National Endowment for the Humanities 

8:00 AM-11:30 AM

 

CLAH Information Table
Conference on Latin American History 

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

SHAFR Council Meeting
Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations 

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

 

AHA Headquarters Office

 

AHA Information Desk

 

AHA Meeting Registration

 

Nursing Mother's Room

8:30 AM-10:00 AM

 

United to Combat Racism: UNESCO and the Concept of Race, 1945–65
AHA Session 53

 

Tackling the Issue of Enrollments in History Courses, Part 1: Strategies and Ideas from the Frontlines
AHA Session 54

 

Free Speech on Campus
AHA Session 55

 

Facilitating Global Historical Research on the Semantic Web: MEDEA (Modeling Semantically Enhanced Digital Edition of Accounts)
AHA Session 56

 

The Modern Legacy of Premodern Racial and Ethnic Concepts, Part 1: Ethnicity in Imperial and Nationalist Discourses, Then and Now
AHA Session 57

 

Teaching History in Independent Schools: A Career for PhDs in History
AHA Session 58

 

The Workings of Race and Nationhood in African American, Arab, Chaldean, Chinese, and Jewish Cemeteries in 19th-Century America
AHA Session 59

 

Sex, Gender, Intimacy, and Race and Lingering Questions of Justice in World War II’s Southwest Pacific Theater
AHA Session 60

 

Cuba in a Revolutionary World, 1940s–60s
AHA Session 61

 

Renegadism and Transimperial Alliances in the Early Modern Mediterranean
AHA Session 62

 

Family, Household, Community, and the Court: Extending and Defying Domestic Male Authority in Colonial Latin America
AHA Session 63

 

Animals in the Early Modern Atlantic World
AHA Session 64

 

The Politics of Domestic Service in Asia and the Americas, 1870–2015
AHA Session 65

 

Mining Unexpected Sources: A Roundtable on External Funding for Historians
AHA Session 66

 

Placing the American Community: Lessons from the Digital Harrisburg Project
AHA Session 67

 

Postslavery Lives around the Caribbean: Social Control, Representation, and the Possibilities of Narration
AHA Session 68

 

Historical Thinking and the Survey Course: Sources, Strategies, Assessments, and Best Practices in the United States, Latin America, and World Surveys
AHA Session 69

 

Translating Global Ideas through Confucian Paradigms: Intellectual Exchange across Religious Paradigms and State Boundaries in China
AHA Session 70

 

Rethinking the State in Ancien Régime France, Then and Now
AHA Session 71

 

From South to North: Latin America’s Impact on the 19th-Century United States
AHA Session 72

 

Ideologies of Industrialization in the Early American Republic
AHA Session 73

 

Queer Contortions: New Directions in the History of Race, Sexuality, and the Body
AHA Session 74

 

Spain, Latin America, and the Transatlantic Cold War
AHA Session 75

 

Nations of the Commonwealth: State Formation and Ethnic Identity in Early Modern Poland-Lithuania
AHA Session 76

 

What It Means to Be a Citizen: Student Veterans in History Classrooms
AHA Session 77

 

Projects of Economic Development and Statehood between Empire and Nation: Africa and South Asia, 1945–79
AHA Session 78

 

Catholicism in the 20th-Century American West
American Catholic Historical Association 1

 

American Catholics in 19th-Century Politics
American Catholic Historical Association 2

 

Beyond the Convent School: New Perspectives on Education for Girls in Colonial and 19th-Century Mexico and Guatemala
American Catholic Historical Association 3

 

Rethinking the Legal Profession in the Colonial Andes
Conference on Latin American History 16

 

Remembering the Eastern Andean Imperial Frontier: Exploration, Consolidation, and Identity in Colonial Spanish Charcas
Conference on Latin American History 17

 

The End of the Palestine Mandate
National History Center of the American Historical Association 3

 

Americans on Poland
Polish American Historical Association 2

 

Out of the Shadows: Industry and Its Social Ramifications in Northern Italy, 16th–18th Centuries
Society for Italian Historical Studies 3

 

Periodicals and the Shaping of National Identity
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing 1

 

Techno-Fixes Past and Present: Promise and Performance
Society for the History of Technology 1

9:00 AM-11:00 AM

 

Federal Agency and Funder Display

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

K–16 Teaching Workshop: Assignments Charrette

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

 

Coat Check (unattended)

 

Exhibit Hall

 

Job Center

 

Quiet Room

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

Tour 6: Echoes of the Great War: American Experiences of World War I

10:15 AM-1:00 PM

 

Tour 7: Seeing Ancient Mesoamerica: Behind the Scenes of the Kislak Collection of the Archaeology of the Early Americas at the Library of Congress

10:30 AM-12:00 PM

 

Science and Difference in History: Biology, Genetics, and the Politics of Race
AHA Session 79

 

Should Ethics Training Be Part of Historical Pedagogy?
AHA Session 80

 

Tackling the Issue of Enrollments in History Courses, Part 2: Strategies and Ideas from the Frontlines
AHA Session 81

 

The Modern Legacy of Premodern Racial and Ethnic Concepts, Part 2: Deciphering Racial Markers, Medieval to Modern
AHA Session 82

 

New Perspectives on Women in the 20th-Century Caribbean World, Part 1: Migrations
AHA Session 83

 

Archiving Taste: A Roundtable on Food History at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
AHA Session 84

 

Reconceptualizing the African Experience with the Socialist Bloc
AHA Session 85

 

Collaboration for Career Diversity: Locating Expertise at the Institutional and National Levels
AHA Session 86

 

Colonial Archives and Publications: Digital Native American History Is/as Transformative Use
AHA Session 87

 

Digital Humanities and Pedagogy: Three History Projects in the Classroom
AHA Session 88

 

Edgy Urban Environmental History: The Ideological Built Environment
AHA Session 89

 

Early Modern Prisoners of War as Laborers
AHA Session 90

 

Race and Empire in Global Music History, 1500–1800
AHA Session 91

 

Banditry, Ethnicity, and Violence in Modern China
AHA Session 92

 

Women and the Construction of Racial Identity in Global Dutch Communities of the 17th and 18th Centuries
AHA Session 93

 

Beyond Grants: Strategies for Becoming Involved in NEH-Funded Projects
AHA Session 94

 

The National Reach of Reconstruction and “Lost Cause” Mythology in the Civil War Era
AHA Session 95

 

Reimagining Philadelphia’s Labor History: How Including Trolleymen, Black Wobblies, Flappers, and Trashmen Turned the Historiography on Its Head
AHA Session 96

 

The Distinctly Human? Rethinking Actor, Agency, and Individual Consciousness in History
AHA Session 97

 

Optics: Race, Religion, and Technology in East Asian Photography, 1868–1949
AHA Session 98

 

Trans-imperial Habsburg Dynamics in the Long 18th Century
AHA Session 99

 

New Histories of State Surveillance
AHA Session 100

 

Texas Art as American History: Regional Paradigm or National Archetype?
AHA Session 101

 

Race and Membership in Germany
AHA Session 102

 

The National Park Service’s LGBTQ America Theme Study: A Roundtable
AHA Session 103

 

Commentary, Not Punditry: Historians, Politics, and the Media
AHA Session 104

 

Transgressive Marijuana: Cultivating, Performing, and Regulating the Cannabis Culture in the 20th Century
Alcohol and Drugs History Society 1

 

The Suffering Body: Transhistorical Explorations of Redemptive and Communicative Suffering
American Catholic Historical Association 4

 

The Catholic Charismatic Renewal: Origins and Transmission of a Transnational Movement
American Catholic Historical Association 5

 

Negotiating Catholicism and Anti-Catholicism in the 19th-Century United States 
American Catholic Historical Association 6

 

Rewriting 19th-Century Central European History, Part 1: A Discussion of Karen Hagemann's Revisiting Prussia's Wars against Napoleon
Central European History Society 4

 

Legal Reforms, Philosophy, and Women in the Media in China during the Late Qing and Early Republican Period
Chinese Historians in the United States 1

 

The Abolitionist Movement in Brazil: New Approaches
Conference on Latin American History 18

 

The Cacicas of Colonial Latin America
Conference on Latin American History 19

 

Public Health and Education in the Andes and Caribbean
Conference on Latin American History 20

 

Dismantling Boundaries: Women’s Historians and the Transformation of History
Coordinating Council for Women in History 4

 

Teaching the Cold War
Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching 1

 

Deliberative Decision Making in the History Classroom: The Place of Civics
International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History 2

 

What Does Brexit Mean for British History?
National History Center of the American Historical Association 4

 

National and Ethnic Identity Construction in Transatlantic Context
Polish American Historical Association 3

 

John F. Richards Prize Roundtable Discussion of Nayanjot Lahiri’s Ashoka in Ancient India (2016 Richards Prize Winner)
Society for Advancing the History of South Asia 3

 

Religion, State and Cultural Practices, and the Racialization of the Nation in Italy from Fascism to the Republic
Society for Italian Historical Studies 4

 

The History of AI and Its Discontents I
Society for the History of Technology 2

11:30 AM-2:30 PM

 

Affiliated Societies Display

12:00 PM-1:30 PM

 

Working Luncheon for Directors of Graduate Studies

 

Thinking Like a Historian at a Think Tank
AHA Session 

 

CAH/SAHSA Luncheon
Conference on Asian History 

 

CLAH Luncheon
Conference on Latin American History 

 

SAHSA/CAH Luncheon
Society for Advancing the History of South Asia 

12:15 PM-2:15 PM

 

NCH Board Meeting
National Coalition for History 

12:30 PM-1:30 PM

 

American Historical Review: Meet the Editors Reception

 

CLGBTH Members’ Meeting
Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History 

1:00 PM-3:00 PM

 

John O'Connor Film Award Winner, Documentary: I Am Not Your Negro

 

Tour 8: Archiving Taste: A Tour of the Food History Collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

1:00 PM-5:00 PM

 

NEH Information Table
National Endowment for the Humanities 

1:30 PM-2:30 PM

 

Historians Writing Historical Fiction: A Discussion

 

Graduate and Early Career Committee Open Forum: Finding Funding in an Era of Uncertainty

1:30 PM-3:00 PM

 

The Legacy of Thomas C. Holt’s The Problem of Freedom: 25-Year Retrospect
AHA Session 105

 

Historians for Mental Health: An Open Discussion
AHA Session 106

 

Digital Drop-In
AHA Session 107

 

Tackling the Issue of Enrollments in History Courses, Part 3: Strategies and Ideas from the Frontlines
AHA Session 108

 

Doors of Hope: Histories and Memories of Black Transnationalism in Indian Territory, Canada, and West Africa
AHA Session 109

 

New Perspectives on Women in the 20th-Century Caribbean World, Part 2: Subject-Making within National Contexts
AHA Session 110

 

The Modern Legacy of Premodern Racial and Ethnic Concepts, Part 3: Racial Sciences, Old and New
AHA Session 111

 

Cutting a New Pattern, Part 1: Uniformed Women in the Great War
AHA Session 112

 

Drawing Boundaries of Belonging: Race, Ethnicity, National Affiliation, and Alienation in US-Mexico Borderlands in the 19th and 20th Centuries
AHA Session 113

 

Custodial Care: Histories of Dentention in the Name of the State
AHA Session 114

 

Everyday Technologies: Toward a History of Mass Media in the Middle East
AHA Session 115

 

Negotiating Power in 18th-Century South Asia
AHA Session 116

 

Online Media and Collaborative Learning
AHA Session 117

 

Selling the State: Propaganda and the Construction of Public Legitimacy in the Postcolonial World
AHA Session 118

 

Comics and History: New Historical Research
AHA Session 119

 

Ethnicity, Religion, and Nationalism in China’s Changing Positions during the Cold War
AHA Session 120

 

The Missing Piece: Catholic Faith and the Making of Working-Class Consciousness
AHA Session 121

 

The Emergence of Racial Modernities in the Global South
AHA Session 122

 

Reconsidering American Response(s) to the Holocaust
AHA Session 123

 

Listening to the Archives: Researching Radio History around the World
AHA Session 124

 

Globalizing Russia’s Imperial Turn: Perspectives from Kritika and Ab Imperio
AHA Session 125

 

Words That Shape the World: Historians, Teachers, and Partnerships for LGBT History
AHA Session 126

 

Returning the Landscape of Slavery to Presidential Plantations
AHA Session 127

 

What Will They Do Today? Five Ideas for Doing History with Students
AHA Session 128

 

The Culture Wars of the Texas K–12 Schoolbooks
AHA Session 129

 

Drugs in the Classroom: What Should We Tell Students about Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, and Addictive Digital Technologies in History—and in Their Own Lives?
Alcohol and Drugs History Society 2

 

Martyrdom, Sanctity, and Death in Medieval Europe 
American Catholic Historical Association 7

 

Sex, Marriage, and Family in Catholic Europe
American Catholic Historical Association 8

 

The Holy See, American Catholics, and the Emerging of New Global Challenges after the First World War
American Catholic Historical Association 9

 

Jewish Masculinities in the Shadow of the Holocaust
Central European History Society 5

 

Continuities in Post-Nazi Society
Central European History Society 6

 

Surveillance, Identity, and Homosexualities in the 20th-Century United States
Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History 6

 

Experiencing War: Refugees, Alliances, and Fighters
Coordinating Council for Women in History 5

 

Inside/Outside: Defining, Ascribing, and Communicating “Germanness” in Different Contexts, Spaces, and Times
German Historical Institute 

 

Race, Gender, and Prison Labor in the Era of Mass Incarceration
Labor and Working Class History Association 5

 

Beyond Police: Lessons from History
MARHO: The Radical Historians' Organization 

 

Documenting the History of the First Federal Congress
National History Center of the American Historical Association 5

 

Race and Ethnicity on the Battlefields of the Civil War
Polish American Historical Association 4

 

Love, Sex, and Honor in the Italian South
Society for Italian Historical Studies 5

 

Automobility and Political Identity in a Neoliberal Age
Society of Automotive Historians 

2:00 PM-5:30 PM

 

Tour 9: Giving in America: The Material Culture of Philanthropy at the National Museum of American History

2:30 PM-5:30 PM

 

Workshop: Preparing for the Nonacademic Job Search

3:30 PM-5:00 PM

 

Immigration and Transnationalism in the Modern Era
AHA Session 130

 

Dissertation Lightning Round
AHA Session 131

 

How Can We Make Historical Perspective More Central to Active Citizenship?
AHA Session 132

 

Committee on LGBTQ Status in the Profession Open Forum
AHA Session 133

 

1968 Mexico City Olympics
AHA Session 134

 

Primary Sources and the Historical Profession in the Age of Text Search, Part 1: Historical Research and Analysis in the Digital Age 
AHA Session 135

 

Cutting a New Pattern, Part 2: Uniformed Women in the Great War
AHA Session 136

 

A Soul as Vast as the World: African Americans, Decolonization, and Third World Radicalism
AHA Session 137

 

Department Chairs and Fundraising
AHA Session 138

 

Ways of Seeing, Shaping, and Documenting Subjects under Postcolonial Conflicts
AHA Session 139

 

Bondage, Criminality, and the Humanitarian Impulse in the Long 18th Century
AHA Session 140

 

Conscripted Citizens: Hegemony, Race, and Nationalism in Latin American Armies
AHA Session 141

 

Resistant and Receptive, Insiders and Outsiders: Native Peoples and the Making of Early Modern Indigenous Sovereignty, Colonial Subjects, and Slaves
AHA Session 142

 

Queer in Public: Urban Space and Same-Sex Cultures in Europe, 1850–1930
AHA Session 143

 

Race, Class, and Nation Building in the Euro-American World: Connections and Comparisons between the United States, Ireland, Southern Italy, and Russia, 1815–1900
AHA Session 144

 

Comparing the Governance of Racial, Ethnic, and Religious Plurality in the Dutch Global Empire, 1600–1800
AHA Session 145

 

In Their Own Words: Global Understandings of Modern Womanhood in the Mid-20th-Century Women’s Press
AHA Session 146

 

Guests and Outsiders: Nativism, Integration, and the Politics of Migration in Europe since 1945
AHA Session 147

 

Connections and Their Consequences: Cuba, West Africa, and Spain Resisting and Adapting to Change
AHA Session 148

 

Mapping Black Mobilities and Identities in the Long 19th Century
AHA Session 149

 

Race, Risk, and Capitalism in the 20th-Century United States
AHA Session 150

 

The Global South in the Modern Pacific World: Asian and Latin American Connections
AHA Session 151

 

Public History and Public Memory: Talking about Slavery at Presidential Plantations
AHA Session 152

 

Apartheid’s Legacy: Reflections 70 Years after the National Party’s Rise to Power in South Africa
AHA Session 153

 

Teaching the Master Narrative: American History Textbooks in the 20th Century
AHA Session 154

 

The Design, Development, and Implementation of Funded Transdisciplinary Digital History Projects: Illustrative Cases of K–16 Collaboration in Action 
AHA Session 155

 

PLACEHOLDER: Late Breaking Session
AHA Session 

 

Anti-Drug Activism in America and China during the 1950s and Beyond: Grassroots and Government Strategies 
Alcohol and Drugs History Society 3

 

Catholic Attitudes toward Protestantism and Judaism between the Two World Wars: American Context, Transnational Organizations, and Vatican Politics
American Catholic Historical Association 10

 

Encountering Modernity: Catholic Social Thought in the 20th-Century United States
American Catholic Historical Association 11

 

Defining El Campo: Rural Identity and the Creation of Modern Spain
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 

 

Rewriting 19th-Century Central European History, Part 2: The National, the Transnational, and the Global in 19th-Century European History
Central European History Society 7

 

Roundtable Discussion: The Bible in American Cultural and Political History
Conference on Faith and History 1

 

Envisioning the Nation: Mexico and the World, 1900–50
Conference on Latin American History 25

 

Scandalous Behavior in Colonial Latin America: Agency, Crime, and Punishment in Criminal and Inquisition Files
Conference on Latin American History 26

 

Piracy, Imperial Expansion, and the Making of the Modern World: New Perspectives from the Atlantic and Beyond
Conference on Latin American History 27

 

Remembering Marilyn Young, Activist Historian: A Memorial Panel
National History Center of the American Historical Association 6

 

Ethnic Political Mobilization
Polish American Historical Association 5

 

Peddling Print in 19th-Century America: Subscription Publishing as a Business Model
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing 2

 

The History of AI and Its Discontents II
Society for the History of Technology 3

3:30 PM-5:30 PM

 

Film Screening: Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno

5:30 PM-7:00 PM

 

American Historical Association Presidential Address

 

ACHA General Meeting
American Catholic Historical Association 

 

Caribbean Studies Committee Meeting: Flight, Migration, and Borders in the Caribbean from Carib Expansion to 21st-Century Diasporas
Conference on Latin American History 29

 

Central American Studies Committee Meeting: The Problem of Modernity in Central America
Conference on Latin American History 30

 

Colonial Studies Committee Meeting: Beyond the Archival Divide: A Roundtable on Methods, Perspectives, and Experiences from Colonial Latin American Archives 
Conference on Latin American History 31

 

Teaching and Teaching Materials Committee Meeting: The Changing Narrative Arc of History: Workshopping Assignments That Link History to the Present  
Conference on Latin American History 32

 

The Americas Editorial Board Meeting
Conference on Latin American History 

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

ASPHS Reception
Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 

7:00 PM-8:30 PM

 

Presidential Reception

 

SHAFR Reception (cash bar)
Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations 

7:00 PM-10:00 PM

 

John O'Connor Film Award Winner, Feature Film: Free State of Jones

7:15 PM-8:45 PM

 

Brazilian Studies Committee Meeting: Social Movements: Approaches, Debates, and Memory
Conference on Latin American History 33

 

Chile-Río de la Plata Studies Committee Meeting: The Crafting and Molding of Race in a “White” Nation
Conference on Latin American History 34

 

Gran Colombia Studies Committee Meeting: New Directions on Politics and Society in Pre- and Post-Gran Colombia: From the Public Sphere to Caribbean Tourism
Conference on Latin American History 35

7:30 PM-8:30 PM

 

LGBTQ Historians' Reception

8:00 PM-9:00 PM

 

Public Historians' Reception

 

Reception for Two-Year Faculty

Jan 6   

8:00 AM-9:30 AM

 

Breakfast Meeting of the AHA Committee on Gender Equity

8:00 AM-11:00 AM

 

CLAH Information Table
Conference on Latin American History 

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

 

AHA Headquarters Office

 

AHA Information Desk

 

Nursing Mother's Room

8:30 AM-10:00 AM

 

After Brexit: Europe Today in Historical Perspective
AHA Session 156

 

A Q & A with Journal Editors
AHA Session 157

 

Democratizing Research Access: Overcoming Exclusion from Well-Resourced University Research Libraries
AHA Session 158

 

Teaching Capitalism
AHA Session 159

 

Contemporary Afro-Latin American Feminisms
AHA Session 160

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 1: “1968” as a Local/Global Event
AHA Session 161

 

Primary Sources and the Historical Profession in the Age of Text Search, Part 2: Documentary Editions, Databases, and the Future of Digital History: Advancing Field-Driven Historical Infrastructure in the Digital Age
AHA Session 162

 

Queering the Museum: New Directions in Curating LGBTQ History and Art Exhibitions
AHA Session 163

 

Why History Matters: Practical Impacts of Historians' Work
AHA Session 164

 

Transatlantic Perspectives on Law and Illiberalism, 1907–49
AHA Session 165

 

Life on the Streets: Regulating Space and Sociability in Early Modern Italy
AHA Session 166

 

Insects Histories: Contested Boundaries in Human-Insect Interfaces, 1700s–1950s
AHA Session 167

 

Free People of Color and Childhood in the US South
AHA Session 168

 

Digital Colonial Latin America: Experiments in Research, Teaching, and Narrative
AHA Session 169

 

Crossing Borders in Eurasia: 18th-Century Contacts between the Russian Empire and Its Neighbors
AHA Session 170

 

Race, Nation, Continent, World: Liberation Struggles and Solidarity Modes 
AHA Session 171

 

Collaborative Teaching, Writing, and Research in Medieval and Early Modern Women’s History
AHA Session 172

 

Religious Nationalism in Flux
AHA Session 173

 

The Logistics of Drug Trafficking in the Americas: Mobility, Space, Nation, and Race
AHA Session 174

 

The Environmental Axis of Identity Formation: Race, Labor, and Landscape in the Americas, 19th and 20th Centuries
AHA Session 175

 

Race, Identity, and the Movement of Ideas and Information in the Wider French Atlantic World
AHA Session 176

 

Creating Popular Narratives: A Roundtable with Journalists
AHA Session 177

 

Total War and the Genesis of Industrial-Scale Recycling
AHA Session 178

 

Alt-Histories and Facts: Neo-Fascist and White Nationalist Historical Revisionism in the 21st Century
AHA Session 179

 

Amphibious Spaces: Colonial Legal Engagements with Watery Environments
AHA Session 180

 

Remembering the Dead: Slavery and Mortality through Visual Culture, a Comparative Perspective
AHA Session 181

 

PLACEHOLDER: Late Breaking Session
AHA Session 

 

American Catholic Sexual Revolutions
American Catholic Historical Association 12

 

Catholics, Migration, and National Identity in the 20th-Century United States
American Catholic Historical Association 13

 

Catholic Education and Religious Identity in the Mid- to Late 20th-Century United States 
American Catholic Historical Association 14

 

Rewriting 19th-Century Central European History, Part 3: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in 19th-Century Central European History
Central European History Society 10

 

Security, Trade, and Nationalism—Perception/Misperception and US-China Relations
Chinese Historians in the United States 2

 

CFH Breakfast Reception
Conference on Faith and History 

 

Transnational Mexico: Shifting Subjecthood in the Global 1960s and 1970s
Conference on Latin American History 39

 

The Global, the Local, the Diasporic, and the In-Between: Puerto Rican History through Different Lenses
Conference on Latin American History 40

 

Daily Lives in the Polish American Communities
Polish American Historical Association 6

 

Religion and Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Part 1: The Challenge of Sanctity
Society for Italian Historical Studies 7

8:30 AM-10:30 AM

 

Poster Session #1
AHA Session 

8:30 AM-4:00 PM

 

AHA Meeting Registration

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

 

NEH Information Table
National Endowment for the Humanities 

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

 

Coat Check (unattended)

 

Exhibit Hall

 

Job Center

 

Quiet Room

9:30 AM-12:30 PM

 

K–16 Educators' Workshop: World War I in Global Perspective

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

Film Screening: Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin

10:30 AM-12:00 PM

 

ImaginePhD and Career Diversity: Integrating Self Assessment, Career Exploration, and Planning into History Departments

 

Anxious Masculinities in the Age of Empire
AHA Session 182

 

“Five Slides in Five Minutes” Session for Early Career Scholars
AHA Session 184

 

How Working with Teachers Impacted My Work: Historians Reflect on the Value of Education Outreach
AHA Session 185

 

Primary Sources and the Historical Profession in the Age of Text Search, Part 3: Digital Texts and the Future of Digital History: Challenges, Opportunities, and Experimentation in Digital Documentary Editing
AHA Session 186

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 2: The “Violence Question” in Global 1960s Protest
AHA Session 187

 

The Prize? Energy, Security, and Expertise
AHA Session 188

 

Memory and Mimesis: Legacies of War, Violence, and Occupation in Decolonizing Europe
AHA Session 189

 

The Kerner Report at 50: Riots, Policing, and Liberalism in Crisis
AHA Session 190

 

Thinking with Objects: New Directions in Social and Cultural History
AHA Session 191

 

Emotions, Technology, and the American Self
AHA Session 192

 

Records and Revolutions: The Music Industry as an Agent of Change
AHA Session 193

 

New Approaches to Transnational Anarchism in the 20th Century
AHA Session 194

 

Eating, Body Shapes, and the Making and Unmaking of Race and National Belonging in 20th-Century America and Europe
AHA Session 195

 

Historicizing the Queerly Feminine in Canadian and US LGBTQ Communities
AHA Session 196

 

New Perspectives on the Ethnohistory of the Spanish Borderlands
AHA Session 197

 

Prescribing Race? Rethinking the History of Medicine
AHA Session 198

 

High vs. Low: A Roundtable Discussion of High Modernism and Low Modernism in the History of Agrarian Development
AHA Session 199

 

Oliver Cromwell Cox’s Race, Class, and Caste after 70 Years: Categories of Analysis and the Transnational Turn
AHA Session 200

 

Fighting against the War on Poverty
AHA Session 201

 

Water and Urban Power in 20th-Century Latin America
AHA Session 202

 

From the Crises of the European Mind to the Age of Extremes
AHA Session 203

 

Webs of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism in the French Empire
AHA Session 204

 

Historical GIS: Topics in the 19th Century
AHA Session 205

 

Rethinking the Family in Early America
AHA Session 206

 

Teaching with Material Culture and Historic Sites
AHA Session 207

 

Catholicism, American Identity, and Foreign Relations in the 20th Century
American Catholic Historical Association 15

 

Varieties of Catholic Missionary Efforts in Asia from the 18th through the 20th Century
American Catholic Historical Association 16

 

Catholic Images, Narratives, and Identities in Early Modern Europe
American Catholic Historical Association 17

 

Reconsidering the World of the Ancient Greeks and Romans
Association of Ancient Historians 

 

Rewriting 19th-Century Central European History, Part 4: A Neglected Era: The Long 19th Century in Central European History
Central European History Society 11

 

Corruption and Anticorruption in Modern China
Chinese Historians in the United States 3

 

Visibility and Viability: Queer Communities of Color in 20th-Century American History
Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History 10

 

Roundtable Discussion: Writing Women’s Religious Biography
Conference on Faith and History 2

 

Slavery and Gradual Emancipation in the Americas
Conference on Latin American History 43

 

Implementing Authoritarianism: Overlooked Sectors under Latin America’s Cold War Regimes
Conference on Latin American History 44

 

The Politics of the Apolitical in Latin America: Nation, Youth, and Community, 1960–90
Conference on Latin American History 45

 

History and the Future
Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching 2

 

Federal Government Historians and the Public
National History Center of the American Historical Association 7

 

Female Friendships: Emotions, Experiences, Memory, and Narratives
Polish American Historical Association 7

 

Religion and Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Part 2: Rome and the Papal State
Society for Italian Historical Studies 8

10:30 AM-12:30 PM

 

Poster Session #2
AHA Session 

11:30 AM-2:00 PM

 

AHR Board of Editors Luncheon and Meeting (invitation only)

12:00 PM-1:30 PM

 

AHA Modern European History Section Luncheon

 

Department Chairs' Luncheon

 

BHC Luncheon: Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism: Perspectives from Business History
Business History Conference 

 

SHAFR Luncheon
Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations 

12:00 PM-2:00 PM

 

Film Screening: Through Chinatown’s Eyes: April 1968

 

ACHA Presidential Luncheon
American Catholic Historical Association 

 

CEHS Board Meeting
Central European History Society 

12:15 PM-1:30 PM

 

Annual Awards Luncheon of the CCWH
Coordinating Council for Women in History 

1:00 PM-3:00 PM

 

Poster Session #3
AHA Session 

1:00 PM-4:00 PM

 

Ask an Assistant Professor

 

Career Fair

1:30 PM-3:00 PM

 

Annual Meeting of Affiliated Society Representatives

 

Thinking Race and Race Thinking around the “Francophone” Black Atlantic
AHA Session 208

 

A Q & A with Publishers
AHA Session 209

 

New Perspectives on Female Bondage: Reproduction, Medicine, and the Archives of Slavery in the Atlantic World
AHA Session 210

 

The Struggle to Commemorate Reconstruction in National Parks
AHA Session 211

 

Reacting to the Past Workshop, Part 1: The Frederick Douglass Reacting to the Past Game: A Participatory Pedagogy for College Classrooms on Slavery and Abolitionism
AHA Session 212

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 3: Third Worldism in the Global 1960s
AHA Session 213

 

Displaying the Nation: Visions of Past and Future in Modern Japan
AHA Session 214

 

New Directions in Trans History: A Roundtable
AHA Session 215

 

Rethinking Territories: Oceans, Islands, and Geopolitics in Antarctica, the Caribbean, and the Pacific
AHA Session 216

 

Women’s Agency and Activism of Women Historians in Texas History
AHA Session 217

 

Anatomy and the Construction of Identity
AHA Session 218

 

Sexual Violence in Historical Context
AHA Session 219

 

Navigating Identity and Community in the Gray Zones of Empire
AHA Session 220

 

“Divide et Impera” or Prologue to Decolonization? New Perspectives on 20th-Century Partition Politics
AHA Session 221

 

Historical Perspectives on Sovereignty in the Americas
AHA Session 222

 

Teaching Hidden History: Learning by Developing Digital Modules
AHA Session 223

 

State Building and Transnational Indian Policies in the Americas, 1940–80
AHA Session 224

 

Writing History for the General Reader: A Roundtable with Grantees in the NEH Public Scholar Program
AHA Session 225

 

Race and Nation (or Not?) in the Premodern Mediterranean
AHA Session 226

 

Competing Visions of Reform: Early Modern Conceptions of Christian Reform
AHA Session 227

 

Revolutionaries, Refugees, and Smugglers: New Directions in Inter-American Exchanges during the Age of Revolution
AHA Session 228

 

Transnational Christianity and Ethnic Identity: The International Missionary Council Encounters Indigenous Christians in Central America, China, and Africa
AHA Session 229

 

Arguing with Digital History: A Roundtable on Using Digital History to Make Arguments for Academic Audiences
AHA Session 230

 

Over There and Back Here: Community History through the Diversity of the Veteran Experience in Florida
AHA Session 231

 

Filtering the Frontier: Migrants and Refugees at the Border in the Arab Middle East
AHA Session 232

 

The Law Matters Even in Mexico: New Perspectives on 20th-Century Legal History
American Society for Legal History 2

 

From Hidden History to Public History: Challenges in Representing Same-Sex Desire in Film, Theater, and Literature
Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History 12

 

Writing Colombian History after the 2016 Accord: Questions and Methods
Conference on Latin American History 49

 

New Perspectives on Puerto Rican Nationalism
Conference on Latin American History 50

 

Tradition, Suspicion, and Inquisition: Catholic Anxieties of Portuguese ConversoChino, and Nahua Heterodoxy in 17th-Century New Spain
Conference on Latin American History 51

 

The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Big History (AKA Big History Meets the History of Science): A Roundtable Discussion
National History Center of the American Historical Association 8

 

Polish Immigrants in the United States since the 1970s
Polish American Historical Association 8

 

Religion and Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Part 3: Devotion and Discipline
Society for Italian Historical Studies 9

1:30 PM-3:30 PM

 

Trading Secrets of the Craft: A Macro Examination of Oral Histories
AHA Session 233

3:00 PM-4:30 PM

 

Affiliated Societies Workshop: Membership Recruitment and Retention

3:30 PM-5:00 PM

 

Film Screening: An Outrage

 

Black Europe in Sound: African Diasporic Contributions to Art Music in Europe
AHA Session 234

 

Building a Professional Profile on LinkedIn
AHA Session 235

 

History from below in 3D: Digital Approaches to the History of Carceral Institutions
AHA Session 236

 

“Walls, Borders, and Boundaries in World History”: A Panel Discussion with the Contributors to the AHR Conversation
AHA Session 237

 

New Directions in American Military History: Race and Gender in the 20th-Century US Military
AHA Session 238

 

Primary Sources and the Historical Profession in the Age of Text Search, Part 4: Primary Sources in the Classroom and Beyond: Digital Tools and Emerging Practices 
AHA Session 239

 

World Heritage and the New Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument
AHA Session 240

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 4: Black Power in the World in the Global 1960s
AHA Session 241

 

Reacting to the Past Workshop, Part 2: A Discussion of Frederick Douglass, Slavery, Abolitionism, and the Constitution: 1845
AHA Session 242

 

Comics in the History Classroom: A Workshop
AHA Session 243

 

C.L.R. James’s Black Jacobins 80 Years On: The Haitian Revolution and Its Reverberations
AHA Session 244

 

Identity and Belonging in Premodern Imperial Discourses: A Roundtable
AHA Session 245

 

The Material Politics of Revolution and Government
AHA Session 246

 

Talking about the (Bourgeois) Revolution
AHA Session 247

 

DNA, Ancient and Modern: Genomic and Historical Analysis of Lombard and British Populations
AHA Session 248

 

Starving Women’s Bodies
AHA Session 249

 

Assessing the State from the Peripheries: The Construction of Governance in 19th-Century Latin America
AHA Session 250

 

Race and Nation: A Case Study of Taking Scholarship to the Public
AHA Session 251

 

Raising the Nation: Youth, Nationalism, and State-Building in the 20th Century
AHA Session 252

 

Diaspora Intellectuals between Late Colonialism and the Early Cold War, 1880s–1960s
AHA Session 253

 

Infrastructures and Events in Global History
AHA Session 254

 

Order beyond Borders
AHA Session 255

 

Global Abolition: Britain, Africa, and America, 1780s–1840s
AHA Session 256

 

Teaching LGBT History with Digital Humanities
AHA Session 257

 

Populism, Nationalism, and Global Nativist Movements in the Long 20th Century
AHA Session 258

 

Native American History: New Perspectives, New Approaches, New Frontiers
AHA Session 259

 

PLACEHOLDER: Late Breaking Session
AHA Session 

 

Urban Catholic Parish Life in the United States: Tales from Two Cities
American Catholic Historical Association 18

 

Saints and Miracles in Early Modern/Modern Europe and Colonial America 
American Catholic Historical Association 19

 

Faith, Doubt, and Religious Transformation in Modern Europe
American Catholic Historical Association 20

 

Monumental Deviations: Public Monuments, Audience Engagement, and Alternative Scripts of Memoralization in Central Europe, 1890–1990
Central European History Society 12

 

Antisemitism and Racism: Sources, Similarities, and Differences
Central European History Society 13

 

CHJ Business Meeting
Conference of Historical Journals 

 

The Early Modern Iberian Empires in Global Perspective
Conference on Latin American History 53

 

Encountering Women in Development in 20th-Century Bolivia
Conference on Latin American History 54

 

Left Development Projects
Conference on Latin American History 55

 

Executive Orders and Presidential Power since FDR
National History Center of the American Historical Association 9

 

Polish Immigrants in Greenpoint, Brooklyn: Exploring the Transformations of a Polish Ethnic Enclave
Polish American Historical Association 9

3:30 PM-5:30 PM

 

Oral History Jukebox
AHA Session 

 

Undergraduate Poster Session
AHA Session 

3:45 PM-4:45 PM

 

Teaching and Learning Networking Opportunity

4:00 PM-5:30 PM

 

Tour 10: The African American Civil War Memorial and Museum in the Historic U Street Neighborhood

5:00 PM-6:00 PM

 

CEHS Business Meeting
Central European History Society 

5:15 PM-6:30 PM

 

AHA Business Meeting (AHA Members Only)

5:30 PM-6:15 PM

 

ACHA Liturgy
American Catholic Historical Association 

5:30 PM-7:00 PM

 

George C. Marshall Lecture in Military History
The George C. Marshall Foundation 

6:00 PM-6:30 PM

 

SIHS Business Meeting
Society for Italian Historical Studies 

6:00 PM-7:00 PM

 

Committee on Minority Historians' Reception

6:00 PM-7:30 PM

 

Atlantic World Studies Committee Meeting 
Conference on Latin American History 56

 

Andean Studies Committee Meeting: The Andes and the Pacific World
Conference on Latin American History 57

 

Borderlands and Frontier Studies Committee Meeting: Borderlands and Border-Crossing Histories on Land and at Sea 
Conference on Latin American History 58

 

Mexican Studies Committee Meeting: How Atlantic/Pacific Is Ethnohistory? 
Conference on Latin American History 59

 

Hispanic American Historical Review Editorial Board Meeting
Conference on Latin American History 

 

NACBS Reception
North American Conference on British Studies 

6:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

Film Screening: Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities

 

CEHS Reception
Central European History Society 

6:30 PM-7:30 PM

 

K–12 Reception

 

SIHS Social Hour
Society for Italian Historical Studies 

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

National History Center Reception

 

NHC Reception
National History Center of the American Historical Association 

 

George C. Marshall Lecture Reception
The George C. Marshall Foundation 

7:00 PM-8:30 PM

 

CHUS Membership Meeting
Chinese Historians in the United States 

7:30 PM-9:30 PM

 

CLAH Cocktail Reception
Conference on Latin American History 

8:30 PM-9:30 PM

 

The State and Future of the Humanities in the United States

Jan 7   

8:00 AM-9:30 AM

 

Farewell Reception

8:00 AM-2:00 PM

 

AHA Headquarters Office

 

AHA Information Desk

 

Nursing Mother's Room

8:30 AM-12:30 PM

 

Council meeting (invitation only)

9:00 AM-10:30 AM

 

Geneticism, Nation, and Jewish Identity
AHA Session 260

 

“What Do Public History Employers Want?” A Report from the National Council on Public History
AHA Session 261

 

Reconstructing Reconstruction: Interpreting the Epic Story of Reconstruction in Beaufort County, SC and Nationwide
AHA Session 262

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 5: Mass Higher Education in the Global 1960s: Inclusions/Exclusions
AHA Session 263

 

Grassroots Activism in 20th-Century Asia: Lessons from Russia, China, and North Vietnam 
AHA Session 264

 

Teaching and Archiving Lesbian Histories and Subjects
AHA Session 265

 

The US Military as an Economic Institution since World War II
AHA Session 266

 

Race, Place, and Nation in the Early Modern World: A Pedagogical Roundtable
AHA Session 267

 

Reevaluating Science for the People: New Directions in Teaching and Scholarship
AHA Session 268

 

Experimenting with New Dramatic Histories
AHA Session 269

 

Freedom’s Frontier: The State of the African American West in 20th- and 21st-Century History
AHA Session 270

 

Diplomacy in Action: Diplomatic Simulations in the Classroom
AHA Session 271

 

Teaching Race as an Integral Part of European History: A Roundtable
AHA Session 272

 

The Body Politic: Health, Disease, and Political Imagination in the Antebellum United States
AHA Session 273

 

Black Economic Internationalism in the 20th Century
AHA Session 274

 

Caribbean Circulations: Race, Nation, and Citizenship in Cuba, 1890–1980
AHA Session 275

 

Forging Empires, Creating Colonies: The Practical and Intellectual Toolkit of Atlantic Empires
AHA Session 276

 

Resurrecting Clio: Teaching against the Textbook, Engaging the Historian’s Sensibility
AHA Session 277

 

Thinking with, through, and against Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities: The Legacies of a Major Historical Paradigm
AHA Session 278

 

Curricular Innovation for Transforming Enrollment
AHA Session 279

 

Making International Law in Africa and Asia, 1850–1900
AHA Session 280

 

Eyes on Different Shores: Early African American Immigration and Identity Formation
AHA Session 281

 

Roundtable: Teaching and Learning Historical Skills through a Crowdsourced Women’s History Project
AHA Session 282

 

Nation-Making beyond Slavery: The United States and the Transformation of 19th-Century Brazil
AHA Session 283

 

Matters of State, Matters of Dispute: Collecting and Display in 19th- and 20th-Century Mexico
AHA Session 284

 

PLACEHOLDER: Late Breaking Session
AHA Session 

 

Urbanization, Mobility, and Modernization in the 20th Century
Conference on Latin American History 63

 

Slavery and Emancipation
Conference on Latin American History 64

 

Conquest, Communal Rights, and Population in Colonial Latin America
Conference on Latin American History 65

 

Nationalism: Notions and Practices
National History Center of the American Historical Association 10

 

The Wish to Be a Red Indian: The Native American Dream in East-Central Europe
Polish American Historical Association 10

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

Coat Check (unattended)

 

Exhibit Hall

 

Job Center

 

Quiet Room

 

NEH Information Table
National Endowment for the Humanities 

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

 

Tour 11: Foggy Bottom and the West End

10:30 AM-1:00 PM

 

Tour 12: President Lincoln's Cottage

11:00 AM-12:30 PM

 

Race in Transnational Perspective: Racial Difference across Time and Space
AHA Session 285

 

How Can I Be a Historian in This Job
AHA Session 286

 

Mixed Method Digital History
AHA Session 287

 

Incorporating Queer History into African History Survey Courses: A Roundtable
AHA Session 288

 

Private Funding in the Humanities
AHA Session 289

 

Fifty Years after 1968: Research on the Global 1960s, Part 6: The Other Sixties: Cold War Conservatism and the New Right
AHA Session 290

 

Iconoclasm and Public History: From Hatshepsut and the Calvinists to Robert E. Lee and ISIS
AHA Session 291

 

Rethinking “Race” in the Spanish Atlantic: Shaping Imperial Laws and Defining Categories of Difference, Belonging, Royal Vassalage, and Religious Lineage
AHA Session 292

 

Race, Loyalty, and Allegiance in the Colonial British Caribbean: A Roundtable
AHA Session 293

 

The Cost of Empire: Compensatory Justice in the United States
AHA Session 294

 

An Unholy Alliance: Historical, Counterfactual, and Scientific Reflections on the Relations between Race and Genetics
AHA Session 295

 

The Black Nation, Mobility, and the Colored Conventions Movement in the Digital Age
AHA Session 296

 

Fake News, Then and Now
AHA Session 297

 

Infrastructures of the “American Century”: Technology, Mobility, and Materiality in Post-World War II US History
AHA Session 298

 

Creando Cubanos: Cuban Educational Systems in the 19th and 20th Centuries
AHA Session 299

 

Frederick Douglass at 200: His Legacy in Our Time
AHA Session 300

 

Muslims in America: Denaturalizing Christian-Centered Narratives of American History
AHA Session 301

 

Primary Sources and the Historical Profession in the Age of Text Search, Part 5: Theory and Method in the Digital Age
AHA Session 302

 

Teaching Slavery Comprehensively and Conscientiously
AHA Session 303

 

Global Crisis and International Organization in the Americas
AHA Session 304

 

Policing Black Radicalism
AHA Session 305

 

Race and Immigration in the Era of Decolonization
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