From the AHA Activities column of the April 2004 Perspectives
2004 AHA Nominations
The AHA Nominating Committee for 2004–05, chaired by Alice Conklin (Univ. of Rochester), which met in Washington, D.C., February 7–9, 2004, offers the following candidates for offices of the Association that are to be filled in the election to be held later this year (the institutional affiliations of the candidates are followed by their fields of interest and specialization):
President (1-year term)
James J. Sheehan (Stanford Univ.), modern Europe
President-elect (1-year term)
Linda K. Kerber (Univ. of Iowa), U.S. women’s, U.S. legal and intellectual, U.S. early Republic
Leon F. Litwack (Univ. of California at Berkeley), America since 1607, African American and race relations, social
Vice President, Professional Division (3-year term)
Edward L. Ayers (Univ. of Virginia), U.S. South
Anthony Grafton (Princeton Univ.), Renaissance and Reformation, historiography
Council (3-year terms)
Arthur R. Gomez (National Park Service), Spanish colonial, U.S. West
Modupe Labode (Colorado Historical Society), public history, U.S. West, African diaspora, women
Indrani Chatterjee (Rutgers Univ.), South Asia, slavery, gender
Mrinalini Sinha (Penn State Univ.), modern India, British imperialism, feminist theory
Division Representatives (3-year terms)
Richard A. Baker (U.S. Senate Historical Office), U.S. political
Spencer Crew (National Underground Railroad Freedom Center), 20th-century American urban, African American
Laurie Nussdorfer (Wesleyan Univ.), early modern Europe
Paula A. Sanders (Rice Univ.), medieval Middle East, Islamic civilization, gender in Islamic societies
Monica Tetzlaff (Indiana Univ. South Bend), African American, women, U.S. West
David M. Wrobel (Univ. of Nevada at Las Vegas), American West, American cultural/intellectual
Committee on Committees (3-year term)
Philippa J. A. Levine (Univ. of Southern California), modern Britain, colonialism, gender and sexuality
Jeremy D. Popkin (Univ. of Kentucky), modern French history, historiography, Holocaust studies
Nominating Committee (3-year terms)
Dena Goodman (Univ. of Michigan), early modern France, Enlightenment, women and gender
Jo Burr Margadant (Santa Clara Univ.), France, modern Europe, European women
Neil Foley (Univ. of Texas at Austin), borderlands, Texas, Mexican American
Virginia Scharff (Univ. of New Mexico), U.S. West, women, environment
Edward A. Alpers (UCLA), eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean, African diaspora, slave trade and slavery
David Northrup (Boston Coll.), Africa
Nominations may also be made by petition carrying in each case the signatures of one hundred or more members of the Association in good standing and indicating in each case the particular vacancy for which the nomination is intended. Nominations by petition must be in the hands of the Nominating Committee on or before July 1, 2004. All nominations must be accompanied by certification of willingness of the nominee to serve if elected. In distributing the annual ballot by mail to the members of the Association, the Nominating Committee shall present and identify such candidates nominated by petition along with its own candidates.
Schedule for Nomination and Election of AHA Officers
April 2004: Slate published in Perspectives.
July 1, 2004: Deadline for nominations by petition, if any.
August 31, 2004: Ballot material mailed to all AHA members.
November 1, 2004: Deadline for return of ballots.
January 8, 2005: Election results announced at business meeting during 119th annual meeting scheduled for Seattle.
January 10, 2005: Individuals begin terms of office.
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