The AHA invites proposals for a very limited number of late-breaking sessions for the 2019 annual meeting. These sessions should explore either major, late-breaking controversies within the discipline or the relevance of history and historical thinking to public policy and culture related to current events. The review committee will favor proposals focused on historical framing of contemporary events of great moment. We strongly encourage organizers to build panels that encompass a range of perspectives. Sessions that adopt an international approach are particularly welcome.
After the successful launch of our first volume this fall, the editors of SOAR invite contributions for our second volume, for which we chosen the theme of “The Resistance.” In addition to its use in the current political climate, SOAR welcomes essays that consider this term in a variety of ways and periods, and across disciplinary fields relating to the United States.
Special Issue of Eighteenth-Century Studies on the South Sea Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, and Financial Revolution
California, Hawaii, and Northwest World History Associations
Carl and Sally Gable Distinguished Chair in Southern Colonial American History
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