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Are you interested in publishing your work? The Hub offers you the opportunity to connect with a select group of publishers in a private, focused setting to chat about the future of your manuscript.
The Library Bar
New in 2016, the Library Bar is open on Friday and Saturday and offers lounging areas, concessions, an afternoon pick-me-up in the form of coffee, recharge stations....and of course, a bar!
Since its conception in 2014, the mentorship program has connected many recent and current grads with seasoned scholars to nurture their professional networks.
Click here to learn how to participate!
The OAH's Unconference!
Sessions by special interest
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Located in the Exhibit Hall, the museum displays showcase local history and the work of local historians. The 2015 displays are hosted by the Rhode Island Historical Society and include:
National History Day: The Next Generation of Scholars
Help welcome National History Day in Rhode Island students to the Organization of American Historians! NHD in Rhode Island is a unique opportunity for students in grades six through twelve to explore the past in a creative, hands-on way.
While producing a documentary, exhibit, paper, performance, or website, they become experts on topics that they choose. More than 2,000 NHD students in Rhode Island cultivate real-world skills each year by learning how to collaborate with team members, talk to specialists, manage their time, and set and meet goals.
A combination of educational and fun, the tours are a great way to enhance your stay in Providence!
Free afternoon pick-me-up
Head down to the Exhibit Hall to browse the exhibits and grab a free cup of coffee to help you through the second half of the conference day!
All attendees can keep up to date with emails, the OAH Meeting App, Twitter, and Facebook with the OAH's complimentary Internet in the Exhibit Hall...dont forget to ask about your free internet in the hotels too!
This picturesque port city is conveniently located along the Northeast Corridor, a quick train ride for approximately 40% of OAH Membership!