Exhibit Hall

2019 OAH Annual Meeting - attendee browsing books in the exhibit hall.

The OAH Exhibit Hall is an important feature of the Annual Meeting, providing you with access to the newest scholarship (and old favorites!); demonstrating the newest technologies and changing trends; and allowing you to connect with people who can help build your knowledge and skills for your professional profile. The Exhibit Hall is also crucial in maintaining the offerings of the OAH Annual Meeting. Help support the profession by exploring and connecting with the many exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall!

Exhibit Hall Hours
Thursday, April 2 | 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Opening Night Reception 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm)
Friday, April 3 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 4 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm


Bedford St. Martins / Macmillan Learning
Booth 110

Bedford continues to be fully dedicated to students and instructors of history. At Bedford / St. Martin’s website (macmillanlearning.com/history), you’ll find detailed information about our history books and media, including complete tables of contents, author bios, reviews, details about supplements and value packages, and more. You can request an exam copy, download free classroom materials, access online instructor resources, and get valuable tools for your first day of class.


HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

Oxford University Press
Booth 139-142

With origins dating back to 1478, Oxford University Press is the world’s largest university press. Our  History program spans the academic and higher education spectrum, including books, journals, and online products. In addition to award-winning and innovative online research products, Oxford publishes a wide array of scholarly and general interest books to meet all of your research and teaching needs. Taken together, our History program seeks and supports excellence in research, scholarship, and education. Oxford is the proud publisher of the Journal of American History.

Stanton Foundation
The Stanton Foundation was created by Frank Stanton, widely regarded as one of the greatest executives in the history of electronic communications and one of the television industry’s founding fathers. The Foundation’s interests include classic and twenty-first century First Amendment issues and the larger challenge of the creation of a better-informed citizenry. The Foundation focuses on cultivating a more informed citizenry through supporting innovation in civics and US history education, and creative ways of delivering information to citizens. The Foundation was an early funder of Wikipedia, has created seven endowed professorships, and awarded nine Applied History Course Development Grants.

University of North Carolina Press Logo

University of North Carolina Press
Booths 121/123
Established in 1922, The University of North Carolina Press--the first university press in the South and one of the first in the nation-- advances the research, teaching, and public service missions of a great public university by publishing excellent work from leading scholars, writers, and intellectuals and by presenting that work to both academic audiences and general readers. Today, the imprint of UNC Press is recognized worldwide as a mark of publishing excellence—both for what we publish and for how we publish.

Yale University
Yale Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Humanities Division;
Yale Department of History; Public Humanities at Yale;
Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration;
Yale Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Program


Cambridge University Press
Booths 226/228
Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534. We are part of the University of Cambridge and our mission is to unlock people's potential with the best learning and research solutions. Visit our stand to discuss publishing with us, browse our publications and get a 20% discount.

Every weekend C-SPAN3 offers American History TV – 48 hours of people and events that help document the American story. Hear eyewitness accounts of the events that have shaped our nation. Come along with our cameras to museums and history sites. Watch archival speeches from former presidents and other national leaders. We also take you to the classrooms of leading professors and to lectures and symposiums featuring prominent historians.

College Board

College Board
College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies while in high school.  The program consists of college-level courses developed by the AP Program that high schools can choose to offer, and corresponding exams.

Harvard University Press
Booths 130/132
Harvard University Press publishes books for a general readership and a scholarly and professional audience from renowned experts and new voices in their respective fields.

University of California Press
Booth 101
University of California Press is one of the most forward-thinking scholarly publishers, committed to influencing public discourse and challenging the status quo. At a time of dramatic change for scholarship and publishing, we collaborate with faculty, librarians, authors, and students to stay ahead of today's knowledge demands and shape the future of publishing.

University of Georgia Press
Booth 318
Since its founding in 1938, the primary mission of the University of Georgia Press has been to support and enhance the University’s place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world. 

W.W. Norton & Company

Booths 211/310
Proudly independent and employee-owned, W. W. Norton & Company publishes distinctive and award-winning history titles for general readers and leading college texts in American, European, and World history.




The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

TR Historical
Booths 200/201



TR Historical

Booths 200-201
TR Historical offers history lovers the opportunity to browse and shop a wide variety of history-themed products, encompassing all areas of the world, time periods, and subjects - providing an all-inclusive site for every history fan!.

University of California Press

Booth 101
Founded in 1893, University of California Press is one of the most forward-thinking scholarly publishers, committed to influencing public discourse and challenging the status quo. 

Booth 319 Adam Matthew Digital
Booth 138 American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Booth 206 Basic Books
Booth 107 Beacon Press
Booth 110 Bedford / St. Martin's / Macmillan Learning
Booths 226/228 Cambridge University Press
Booth 317 Clements Center for Southwest Studies—SMU
Booth 207 Columbia University Press
Booth 232 Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA)
Booth 127 Duke University Press
Booth 320 Early American Places
Booths 130/132 Harvard University Press
Booth 113 Ingram Academic Services
Booth 212 Johns Hopkins University Press
Booth 321 Kent State University Press
Panel Display Labor and Working-Class History Association
Panel Display Library of Congress
EL 1 Louisiana State University Press
Booths 111/220 Macmillan
Booth 312 McFarland
Panel Display National Women’s History Museum
219 Naval History and Heritage Command
EL 3 New Day Films
Booth 126 NYU Press
Booth 119 Omohundro Institute
Booths 139-142 Oxford University Press
Booth 223 Palgrave Macmillan
Booth 120 Penguin Random House - Academic
Booth 118 Penguin Random House - Knopf Doubleday
Panel Display Pennsylvania Historical Association
Booth 100 Princeton University Press
Booth 205 ProQuest
Booth 217 Readex
Booth 304 Rowman & Littlefield / Lexington Books
Panel Display Society for History in the Federal Government
Booth 335 Stanford University Press
Booth 124 Temple University Press
Booth 204 The HistoryMakers
Panel Display The Humanities Truck
Booth 306 The Zinn Education Project
Booth 316 U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center
Booth 300 University of Arizona Press
Booth 329 University of Arkansas Press
Booth 318 University of Georgia Press
Booths 134/136 University of Illinois Press
Booth 131 University of Massachusetts Press
Booth 327 University of Michigan Press
Booth 133 University of Missouri Press
Booth 213 University of Nebraska Press
Booths 121/123 University of North Carolina Press
Booths 221 University of Notre Dame Press
Booth 112 University of Pennsylvania Press
Booth 322 University of South Carolina Press
Booth 117 University of Texas Press
Booth 129 University of Virginia Press
Booth 230 University of Washington Press
Booth 105 University Press of Kansas
Booth 124 University Press of Mississippi
Booths 211/310 W. W. Norton
EL 2 Wiley-Blackwell
Booth 114 Yale University Press

The Humanities Truck: “Downtown Displaced”

The Humanities Truck
The Humanities Truck is a fully customized delivery truck that serves as an experimental mobile platform for collecting, exhibiting, preserving, and expanding dialogue around the humanities.  The truck project, founded by American University’s Public History program, seeks to mobilize the humanities and democratize the sharing and production of knowledge by bringing together scholars at American University with community residents across Washington, D.C.  Working with community partners, the project seeks to co-create, co-interpret, and co-curate stories that can return to the communities they originated from and circulate throughout the metropolitan region.  During the 2020 OAH Annual Meeting, the truck will present the exhibit, “Downtown Displaced,” that was produced in collaboration with Street Sense Media, an organization which seeks to spotlight solutions to homelessness.

The truck will be located at the Main Entrance of the hotel during Exhibit Hall hours beginning on Friday, April 3 through Saturday, April 4.

In the Exhibit Hall, Humanities Truck fellows will present materials from the range of projects that we have worked on since the founding of the truck in August 2018.  These include, among others, The Historic African River Road Project, Invisible Hands: Jornaleros / Manos Invisibles: Day Laborers, Community Snapshots: Shepherd Park, Finding Reno City, Meridian Hill National Historical Park Oral History Project, and Downtown Displaced.

Library Lounge

The Library Lounge area offers a convenient mix and-mingle space in which to relax and catch up with colleagues and friends, meet with publishers, or simply to get off your feet. The lounge also offers a recharging station for electronic devices.

OAH Career Coach®

The OAH Career COACH® is the chief online recruitment resource for American history professionals. Whether you’re looking for a new job or ready to start your career, the OAH Career COACH® can help find the opportunity that is right for you. Stop by the OAH booth for a demonstration of the services offered.

Internet Cafe

Basic wifi will be available in the Exhibit Hall. To connect, click on “Marriott Conference” and use the password OAHDC20.

The Hub Fair

Friday, April 3, 11:30 am–1:00 pm

The OAH is excited to invite attendees to meet agencies, consultants, associations, institutions, and companies who work with, work as, or hire historians outside the academy. Explore the fair and learn about the various participants, the types of positions that exist for historians, and how one can find these opportunities. Some groups will also be available for one-on-one informational interviews.
See a list of participants

The Chat Room

Saturday, April 4, 11:30 am–1:00 pm

The Chat Room provides an opportunity for historians to share and learn from the knowledge and experiences of their peers. Led by up to two moderators, each 45-minute seminar encourages conversation in a relaxed and unstructured environment.

11:30 am–12:15 pm

  • Non-Tenure Track Faculty and the Future of History
  • Refugees and Asylees
  • Current Trends in Teaching the U.S. History Survey Course
  • Old Directions in Gilded Age and Progressive Era History
  • Beyond Checking the Box: Methods of Inclusive History for Multiple Publics

12:15 pm–1:00 pm

  • Teaching the Chicana and Chicano Movement with Primary Sources
  • Ask a Librarian: Remote + In-Person Research at the Library of Congress
  • Is the U.S. History Survey Course Dead? A Discussion of the Viability of the U.S. History Survey Course Given
  • History Gateways: Reimagining Introductory Courses
  • I Teach Seven Classes, Ask Me Anything!