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Meetings & Events



schedule may be subject to change

8am--9:30am 10am--11:30am


1pm--2:30pm 3pm--4:30 pm
4:45 pm--6:45 pm
OAH Business Meeting and President's Address

New Perspectives on the History of Regulation: A Roundtable Discussion

Female Professor: Reconsidering the Hazards of the Woman Historian in Academe

Teaching Conspiracies in the Classroom 

Bringing Latina History to the Public: The Juana Briones Exhibition and the California Historical Society

Transnational Hispanic Anarchists: The North American Experience

Law, Family, and the Logics of Commodification

Forming Student Historians: Primary Sources and Historical Research at all Levels

Disclosing in Academia: Transparency, Questions, Experiences 

Migrant Communities, Transnationalism, and History as Practice and Profession

Coercion, Kidnapping, and Commodification: Discourses of Sexuality and Exploitation in the Antebellum North

New Perspectives on the Politics of Land and Capitalism in the Nineteenth Century

Teaching and Supporting International and Immigrant Students 

Axes of Solidarity in the Long Popular Front

Philanthrocapitalism: Foundations and the Turn to Market-Based Solutions for Inequality since the 1970s

Early Republic and Antebellum Era (part 1)

Reconstruction and Gilded Age (part 2)

Land, Baskets and Treaties: The Forms and Politics of California Indian Histories in the Twentieth Century

Indigenizing American Medical History: New Approaches to Health and Sickness in Native America

Writing about the Past, Speaking to Current Events

Indigenous Legal Borderlands in North America

Indigenous People and the National Park Service: The Second Century

Doing Immigration History in the Present Political Climate

The Right and Cities: Postwar Conservatism’s Urban Roots

Is there a Role for Academic Historians in Professional Education?

Not My President: Questions of Legitimacy

Nixon in the Age of Trump: How the 37th President Shapes Today’s Political Culture

Gendered Bodies in Public Spheres: Military, Athletic, Carceral

Law, Resistance, and the Forms of Prison History: Roundtable on Rethinking the American Prison Movement

Defining Historical Periods: What is the Gilded Age and Progressive Era? 

Slavery, Animals, and Environmental Agency in the Atlantic World

Vicki L. Ruíz’s Legacy: Empowering Mujeres in Research, Scholarship, and Community Across Generations for Four Decades

The Cold War's Long Reach: American Machinationsin the Global South

Dismantling the Myth of Meritocracy: Teaching the History White Supremacy 

Chairing a History Department

History Enrollments: Declining Numbers and the Pursuit of Effective Solutions

Weaving Webs of Power and Influence: U.S. Cold War Public Diplomacy across the Global South

Fighting Communism in the Global South: U.S. Propaganda and the Agendas of Containment

Labor and the University

Working the Borderlands

Panic Buttons, Pants, and Protests: Historicizing Gender Violence in the Workplace

Historians of Capitalism and Labor–a Conversation

Disclosure and Transparency on the Job Market and in the Classroom: Age, Disability, Gender, Pregnancy, and Sexuality

Rethinking Migration Restriction: Sending State Activism in the Era of Mass Transatlantic Migration

The Double Edged Sword of Freedom: Race, Gender, and Military Service During the American Civil War

The Forms of Campus History 

What’s This Really About?: Histories of Food Politics in the Late-Twentieth Century

How Should We Remember Martin Luther King, Jr.? Fifty Years Since Memphis, His Controversial Life, Disputed Legacy, and Unfinished Agenda

Emotions in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

New Directions in the History of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Digital Peer-Review: Establishing Best Practices and Academic Standards 

Junk Mail, Generic Papers, and Real Estate News: The Unread Media of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Migration and Empire

New Representations of Transnational Feminist History

Gendered Cultures and Countercultures: Contraception, Abortion, and Mothering in the Postwar Years

Current Trends in Teaching the U.S. History Survey Course

The Politics of Punk in the 1970s and 1980s

Open Access, Transparent Peer Review

Digital History: Possibilities and Challenges

Podcasting: History's Future in the Digital Age?


Documentary Editions and the Future of Digital History: Advancing Fields and Field-driven Historical Infrastructure in the Digital Age

Teaching History Digitally

Race in the era of the American Revolution — A Roundtable

State of the Field: Which Way Forward? A New Synthesis for Nineteenth-Century Women’s Rights


State of the Field: Western History

Queer History and Race: A State of the Field Roundtable

Roundtable: The Forms of Business History

Teaching LGBT History to K12 Students: A Roundtable


Playing with the Past: Children’s Museums as Alternative Sites of Historical Engagement

Teaching U.S. History Overseas in a Time of Only America First

Youth Engagement and History

Large Scale Forms of U.S. Urban History


SNCC Digital Gateway: Learn from the Past, Organize for the Future, Make Democracy Work

Politics and Media: Scandal, Propaganda, and Entertainment

What Informs Asian American History Today?

Cod Liver Oil, Model Families, and Sesame Street: Creating Military Families in the Twentieth Century


Pacific Crossings, Occupation, and Post-War Politics in Japan, Korea, and the Philippines


What Do Public History Employers Want?: Reports and Reactions from the Field