The 131st annual meeting was held in Denver, Colorado, January 5-8, 2017, at the Colorado Convention Center, Hyatt Regency Denver, Sheraton Denver Downtown, Denver Marriott City Center, and the Grand Hyatt Denver. The theme was Historical Scale, Linking Levels of Experience. The meeting drew approximately 3.6K attendees; 50 affiliates participated; and the program featured close to 400 sessions. Patrick Manning gave the presidential address, entitled “Inequality: Historical and Disciplinary Approaches.” Awards and honors for 2016 were given. The meeting featured two plenary sessions: “The First Hundred Days: Priorities for a New US President” (Thursday, January 5) and “Election 2016: How Did We Get Here and What Does It Mean?” (Saturday, January 7).

Many thanks to our sponsors: HISTORY, Oxford University Press, American History TV C-SPAN3, Gale Cengage Learning, The College Board, Pearson, University of Colorado Boulder Department of History, History Colorado, Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, MapStory, Marriott Washington Wardman Park, University of Norther Colorado, Drew University History and Culture Program.

The meeting also featured a THATCamp, held Wednesday, January 4, at the University of Colorado Denver Student Center. Thanks to UC Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, UC Denver Division of Student Affairs, and UC System Office of Academic Affairs for sponsoring.