2012 OAH/NCPH Annual Meeting
Frontiers of Capitalism and Democracy
Meet Us in Milwaukee
The Organization of American Historians and the National Council on Public History (NCPH) invite you to the 2012 annual meeting in the beautiful lakefront city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “Frontiers of Capitalism and Democracy” is this year’s theme. The collaboration between the OAH and the NCPH, the variety of scholarly sessions, and the great location are sure to make the 2012 gathering the most dynamic annual meeting to date.
Frontier Airlines Center
Wednesday, April 18 to Sunday, April 22, 2012
On the one-hundredth anniversary of two of the most potent third-party presidential challenges in U.S. history, the Organization of American Historians and the National Council on Public History will meet in Milwaukee, a shoreline city where immigrant leaders initiated innovative public policies during the industrial era. Panels will address the shaping role of evolving market systems, class relations, and migrations over the long chronological sweep of American history, and explore the frontiers of social imagination and/or territorial encounters that have altered understandings of other peoples and traditions. The meeting also will include a live broadcast of Backstory with the American History Guys.