OAH Insights: Conference
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by: Hasan Jeffries, The Ohio State University
by: Dr. Joseph A. Ross, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sanctuary: Defending the Vulnerable and Challenging the State from the Nineteenth Century until the Present
by: Carl Lindskoog
by: Emily Swafford, American Historical Association
State Violence and the Problem of Race: The Shootings at Kent State and Jackson State 50 Years After
by: Nancy Bristow, University of Puget Sound
by: Natalia Molina, University of Southern California, Co-chair, 2021 OAH Program Committee
by: Sarah Handley-Cousins, University at Buffalo
by: Seth Offenbach, Bronx Community College
by: Dawson Barrett, Del Mar College
Notifications for the 2020 OAH Annual Meeting | Conference on American Historians Submissions Now Posted
by: Hajni G. Selby, OAH Director of Programming and Conferences
Annual Meeting Preview: “Little Prospect for Freedom: Native, Black, and White Children as Servants, Slaves, and Boarding School Students in the U.S. Midwest"
Annual Meeting Preview: "Outside Support: Creating and Maintaining Community Outreach and Engagement"
Annual Meeting Preview: "Twentieth Century Mexican American Activists: Political Biographies of Gender and Leadership"
Annual Meeting Preview: Examining “The Neighborhood”: The Power of the Local in Postwar National Narratives
Annual Meeting Preview: "The Power of Petite Nations: Small Indian Polities and Grand Narratives of American History"
Annual Meeting Preview: Interpreting the Geographies of Harriet Tubman’s Life: Public Engagement and the Harriet Tubman Experience on the Eastern Shore of Maryland
Annual Meeting Preview: Is Communism Twentieth-Century Americanism?: Writing Communist History on the 100th-Year Anniversary of the Founding of the CPUSA
Annual Meeting Preview: The Academic #MeToo Movement: Scholars, Advocates, and Solutions to the Problems of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the Academy
Annual Meeting Preview: “Contested Communities: Rethinking Relations between African Americans and Native Americans during the Nineteenth Century”
2019 Annual Meeting Preview: The Nature of Deindustrialization: Rural Workers and Environmental Politics in the Age of Capital Flight
Posted: May 2, 2018
OAH Receives Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to Increase Participation of Underrepresented Groups at the OAH Annual Meeting
Posted: April 3, 2018
Posted: April 3, 2018
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Stop, Look, and Listen: Sound and Film Conservancy and African American History” Session Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Crimmigration: Exploring the Nexus of Carceral and Immigration Studies” Session Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Forms of Recovery: A Roundtable on Historical Silences, Restoration, and Commemoration” Session Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Teaching Contested History: Digital Archives and Digital Maps” Workshop Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Why Puerto Rico Matters to Historians of the United States” Session Preview
Posted: February 20, 2018
Annual Meeting Roundup: “Policing Settler Colonies: Life and Death in North America” Session Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup: “The History Makers VJ Mixtape: Presenting Traditional Oral History in an Innovative Digital Form” Workshop Preview
Annual Meeting Roundup "Growing Up and Growing Older in the United States: Age as a Category of Analysis"
Posted: December 15, 2017