The Hub | One-on-One Meetings
Meet one-on-one with publishers during the conference. Participants will be listed in December and include Information to book your appointment. Book early as spaces fill quickly.
You must be registered for the OAH Conference on American History prior to signing up for an appointment.
Cambridge University Press
With more than 30 years of experience working in the publishing world, for both trade and academic houses, I currently commission and develop trade, academic, and reference works in US and Latin American history at Cambridge University Press. I am passionate about bringing original, paradigm-shifting scholarship to as wide a readership as possible and am interested in work that explores diversity and equality, highlights underrepresented voices and stories, and challenges the traditional historiographical narrative. Particular areas of interest include African American history, women’s history,
legal history, the history of sexuality, the history of slavery, Afro-Latin American history, military history, particularly the study of war and society, and the history of religion.
To set up a meeting please email Cecelia Cancellaro
Cornell University Press
Cornell University Press welcomes proposals across all eras of American history. Our broad list has particular strengths in early America, history of religion, indigenous history, US foreign relations, military history, and the Cold War. Please reach out to Sarah Grossman to coordinate a meeting.
Johns Hopkins University Press
We’re seeking books for both academic and general audiences in all periods of American history, with a
particular focus on African-American history, Indigenous history, early America, religious history, and Civil War and Reconstruction. Interested attendees should email Laura Davulis with a brief description of the
University of Notre Dame Press
The University of Notre Dame Press publishes academic and general interest books that engage the most enduring questions of our time. We believe in the power of research to advance knowledge and impact lives, and of our books to connect scholars, experts, students, and readers in order to encourage intellectual exploration and enrich conversations on campus, across the country, and around the world. We are committed to maintaining an innovative and sustainable publishing program that makes accessible the ideas of today’s leading experts while fostering the next generation of scholars and thinkers. Although the world is confronted by an increasing number of imposing challenges, our books and authors are a powerful force for good in the world.
We are especially interested in works in the following areas: church, cultural, and religious history, Latin American studies and history, African American history, U.S. history, political history, and military history. If you have a proposal, please email Rachel Kindler.