Looking for Panelist for AHA 2024 in San Francisco - Oral History of care

I am trying to put together a last minute (due February 15th) proposal for the AHA in January 2024 in San Francisco. My co-presenter and I both work in the Oral History of care/caretakers. I work on the lived experiences of New York Nurse Practitioners in the early days of the profession (1970s-1990s), while my co-presenter works on the Houseboat Community in Sausalito, California (1960s-1970s). We are looking for a third presenter who would be focused on either healthcare or other forms of care/caring.

Morag Martin


History Department

SUNY Brockport

CFP: In need of commentator for AHA panel

We recently lost our commentator for upcoming the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (AHA) in Philadelphia, PA from January 5-8, 2023 due to a last-minute scheduling conflict and are looking for a replacement. Our panel is scheduled for Friday the 6th from 1:30-3:30pm. Post-Docs and Tenure-Track please reach out as soon as possible if you are interested. See the panel description below....

Panel Title: Do Non-State Actors Matter?: Rethinking Inter-American Affairs across the Twentieth Century

Session Abstract:

Inside a career development boot camp


the latest American Historical Association's newsletter Perspectives on History includes an article by Olivia M. Hagedorn about her experience during the Modern Language Association's Career Development Boot Camp and the way it changed her thinking about her goals for her career.  You can read it at the lin below:

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