Annual Meeting 2015 Media Coverage
Were you unable to attend the Annual Meeting in St. Louis? Check out the coverage listed below!
Visit History News Network for comprehensive reports on Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3. HNN's Rick Shenkman was in St. Louis to cover the meeting. You'll find links to HNN interviews, conference highlights, and more at "The 2015 OAH Annual Meeting: Videos, News, Everything."
● Historians Bring National Conference to St. Louis, Seek to Historicize Ferguson: An interview with Patty Limerick, Peter Kastor, and Donna Murch on St. Louis Public Radio
● Why Historians Should Demand the Washington "Redskins" Change their Name
● Income Inequality in the History Profession
● The Church Committee at 40
● Historicizing Ferguson: Police Violence and the Genesis of a National Movement
● Young People Voting at Age 18? That's Not Revolutionary! - Russ Henderson
● How the Media Misrepresented Arizona's Fight over Immigrants - Robert Poch
● - Jonathan Pritchett and Charles Calomiris
● A Horrific Case of Murder that Reinforces Gay Stereotypes - Lauren Gutterman
● The Rags to Riches Myth of Immigrants - Hasia Diner
● How to Get Your Op Ed Published - Jonathan Zimmerman
● The War on Drugs - Julilly Kohler-Hausmann
● Is the Common Core a Threat to the Study of History? - Johann Neem
● The Birth of Originalism and Its Adoption by Conservatives - Logan Sawyer
● How to Get Students Interested in History - Mark Carnes
● The View from the Inside...The OAH's Courageous Stand against Racism in 2000 - Darlene Clark Hine
#OAH2015 also generated thousands of tweets by attendees on hundreds of topics. Find out what everyone was talking about on Process, OAH's new blog. And see the complete list of 2015 award winners here.
Posted: April 26, 2015
Tagged: Meetings, Conferences, Symposia, News of the Organization