Exhibit Hall

The OAH Exhibit Hall is an important feature of the OAH Conference on American History, 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 Conference on American History. Help support the profession by exploring and connecting with the many exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall!

Exhibit Hall Hours

Thursday, March 31 • 2:00 pm – 7:30 pm ET
Friday, April 1 • 10:00 am – 5:30 pm ET
Saturday, April 2 •  9:00 am – 5:00 pm ET
Sunday, April 3 •  CLOSED

Visit our OAH Virtual Exhibitors!


Bedford/St. Martin's/Macmillan Learning
Bedford continues to be fully dedicated to students and instructors of history. At Bedford/St. Martin’s website (macmillanlearning.com/college/us/digital/achieve/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.

Gale, a Cengage company, partners with librarians and educators to create positive change and outcomes for researchers and learners. Gale empowers libraries to be active collaborators in the success of their institutions and communities by providing essential content that leads to discovery and knowledge, and user-friendly technology that delivers engaging learning experiences. Gale has close to 500 employees globally, with headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan. For more information, please visit gale.com.

Division of Arts & Humanities and the Division of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University 
Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1636 as Harvard College and named for its first benefactor, the Puritan clergyman John Harvard, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States.

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 Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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.

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.


Cambridge University Press
As a not-for-profit publisher that first opened its doors in 1534, we are committed to bringing you books and journals of the highest quality that also represent the latest and most original scholarship in the field.

View the Cambridge University Press flyer for the OAH conference discount.

University of California Press
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.


Forrest T. Jones & Company
Established in 1953, Forrest T. Jones & Company (FTJ) provides insurance programs to more than 80 national associations and employer groups with more than 1.5 million members. The OAH partners with FTJ to offer the Member Insurance Program Through the Trust for Insuring Educators.  

Macmillan Publishers
Macmillan Publishers is a global trade publishing company operating in over 70 countries. Their writers come from a vast array of literary backgrounds and have won awards including the Nobel Prize, the Man Booker Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the Printz Award.

Made By History – The Washington Post
Made by History is a feature of The Washington Post edited by a diverse team of professional historians offering historical analyses placing current events within their larger historical context.


The University of Chicago Press
Since its origins in 1890, the Press has embraced as its mission the obligation to disseminate scholarship of the highest standard and to publish serious works that foster public understanding, provide an authoritative foundation for informed dialogue, and enrich the diversity of cultural life. 


University of Illinois Press
Through its publishing programs, the University of Illinois Press promotes research and education, enriches cultural and intellectual life, and fosters regional pride and accomplishments. The Press serves the University of Illinois as a source for scholarly publishing knowledge and standards.


Yale University Press
Founded in 1908, Yale University Press is the largest U.S.-based university press. Known for its prizewinning books across a wide array of subjects, Yale University Press aids in the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, which is a central purpose of Yale University.



Visit the OAH Virtual Exhibits

Featured Exhibitors

Editorial Freelancers Association
The Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA) is a not-for-profit organization headquartered in New York City and is the largest and oldest national professional organization of independent editorial service providers.

Gale partners with librarians and educators to create positive change and outcomes for researchers and learners with content and technology that leads to discovery and knowledge.

Macmillan Publishers
Macmillan Publishers is a global trade publishing company operating in over 70 countries. Their writers come from a vast array of literary backgrounds and have won awards including the Nobel Prize, the Man Booker Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the Printz Award.

Princeton University Press logo

Princeton University Press (virtual only)
Princeton University Press is a leading independent publisher of trade and scholarly books with a distinguished list in American history. Visit our exhibit page to learn more.


4QM Teaching (virtual only)
Adam Matthew Digital
American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Basic Books
Beacon Press
Bedford/St Martin's Macmillan Learning
The Brue Family Learning Center, American Ancestors and New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)
Cambridge University Press
Columbia University Press
Cornell University Press
Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency
Dig: A History Podcast
Duke University Press
Golden Ball Tavern Museum (virtual only)
H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online
HarperCollins Publishers (co-op booth)
Harvard University Press
The HistoryMakers
Ingram Academic Services
Johns Hopkins University Press
Kuechler Nonprofit Consulting
Labor & Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA)
Louisiana State University Press
Massachusetts Historical Society
New American History
New Day Films
New York University Press
Omohundro Institute
Oxford University Press
Palgrave Macmillan
Rowman & Littlefield
Shenandoah University-SCiL
Southern Illinois University Press
Sustainable History Monograph Pilot
Temple University Press (virtual only)
TR Historical
University of California Press
University of Chicago Press
University of Georgia Press
University of Illinois Press
University of Massachusetts Press
University of Michigan Press
University of Minnesota Press (co-op booth)
University of Nebraska Press
University of North Carolina Press
University of Notre Dame Press
University of Pennsylvania Press
University of Texas Press (virtual only)
University of Virginia Press
University of Washington Press
W. W. Norton & Company
Yale University Press (virtual & co-op booth)

“Whose Streets? Our Streets!”: New York City, 1980-2000

This pop-up exhibit is a selection of photographs from “Whose Streets? Our Streets!”: New York City, 1980-2000, and exhibition of social protest photography. >>Read more

Creating a Digital Documentary Edition of a 17th-Century Wampanoag Vocabulary

Sponsored by the Massachusetts Historical Society

This display will explore Wôpanâak Inscribed: Digital Edition of a 17th-Century Wampanoag Lexicon, a digital documentary edition that represents the manuscript text of a document in the collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. >>Read more

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. 

Native Artisan Exhibit

Thursday, Mar 31, 3:00pm–7:30pm

Regional Native artisans will share examples of their work and their experiences navigating the world of fine art, preserving Indigenous lifeways and making new traditions.

The Hub Fair

Friday, Apr 1, 12:00pm–1:30pm

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. >>Read more

The Chat Room

Saturday, Apr 2, 12:00pm–12:45pm

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. Teach, learn, and debate while meeting friends both old and new.  >>Read more