Atlanta, January 7-10, 2016
Important Dates & Deadlines
- September 16: Registration opens. Everyone on the program must register for the meeting.
- September 16: Housing opens.
- September 16: Child-care grant application period opens.
- September 30: Deadline to submit membership dues and address changes in order to receive the program in the mail.
- October 1: Call for Proposals and Theme for the 2017 annual meeting published.
- October 15: Interviewing institutions can download Job Center reservation forms.
AHA 2015 in the News
The 129th annual meeting triggered a flurry of articles about AHA sessions, affiliate meetings, and the AHA business meeting. AHA Today hosted a series of guest blog posts from annual meeting attendees, and AHA staff reflected on the meeting in the February and March issues of Perspectives.
Poster sessions provide a unique way for historians to present their work in an engaging and visual format. We've compiled a range of sources on the benefits of presenting a poster, howe the format works, and how to craft an effective poster.
Videos from AHA 2015
The AHA's Annual Meeting is a great place to hear about the latest in historical scholarship and practice. Our sessions focus on many different topics, from the histories of places and periods to the uses of history itself in a wide variety of venues. Nearly 300 sessions were held at the 2015 meeting in New York. Several of these sessions were recorded, and we have posted them online for your reference. These videos should be helpful for future session organizers or those who were unable to attend the meeting. We also recorded panels that might be suitable for use in a classroom.
Photos from AHA 2015
Check out our Facebook album, tag yourself and your friends, and feel free to comment and reminisce about your experiences at the annual meeting.
About the AHA16 Design
Designer Zoila Torres was born in Peru and moved to Atlanta as a child. Her wide-ranging projects include design for marketing campaigns, museum exhibitions, catalogs, and websites. In her graphic design for the AHA annual meeting , the city's most recognizable landmarks emerge from a vintage color palette of rusty red and gunmetal blue. The logo features landmarks unique to Atlanta, such as Peachtree Street, the city's main street, and one of dozens of streets with "peachtree" in its name. In the foreground is Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King, Jr, was baptized, became a pastor, and where his funeral was held in 1968. Alongside it are the historic shotgun houses, common in the city. Meanwhile, business towers and hotels reach skyward in the background. The contrasting images represent Atlanta's struggles and successes.