Publication Date

August 31, 2021

The 135th annual meeting of the American Historical Association will be held Thursday through Sunday, January 6–9, 2022, in New Orleans. The online program will be posted on the AHA website in mid-September at www.historians.org/program, and members can look forward to receiving the printed program in mid-November. A meeting app will also be available for smartphones and tablets. Annual meeting sessions and events are scheduled at the New Orleans Marriott and the Sheraton New Orleans. The hotels are right across the street from each other.

Preregistration begins in mid-September at www.historians.org/myaha. The lower preregistration rates will be in effect through December 15; after that, the higher onsite rates apply. Registration will be available online from September 15 until the end of the meeting, and in person beginning at 11:00 a.m. on January 6 in the Mardi Gras Ballroom of the New Orleans Marriott.

Admission to the Exhibit Hall requires a 2022 meeting registration badge.

Hotel reservations: Attendees will make hotel reservations for both standard rooms and suites though the AHA’s housing service, Maritz Global Events. In addition to the Marriott and Sheraton, discounted rooms will be available at the JW Marriott New Orleans and the Hotel Monteleone. See the AHA’s website at www.historians.org/hotels for detailed information. Beginning September 15, reservations can be made online or by calling a toll-free number. AHA rates are available three days before and after the meeting dates, depending on the number of rooms available.

The last day to make or change reservations through the housing service is December 10, 2021. After that date, rooms will be available at the AHA’s convention rates on a space-available basis, and all reservations, changes, and cancellations must be made directly with the hotels. Hotel no-show policies will apply for reservations not canceled at least 72 hours before the first night’s stay.

Hotel and Rate Information

1. New Orleans Marriott
555 Canal St. (hdqtrs.)

Single: $179
Double: $199
Triple: $219
Quadruple: $239

2. Sheraton New Orleans
500 Canal St. (co-hdqtrs.)

Single: $179
Double: $199
Triple: $219
Quadruple: $239

3. JW Marriott New Orleans
614 Canal St.

Single: $184
Double: $204
Triple: $224
Quadruple: $244

4. Hotel Monteleone
214 Royal St.

Single: $169
Double: $169
Triple: $199
Quadruple: $209

Rates are subject to hotel occupancy tax and will be honored three days before and three days after the official meeting dates of January 6–9 based on availability. Information on booking a room at the discounted rate is available at www.historians.org/hotels.

A map showing the location of the hotels for AHA20.

Health and safety: The AHA and our meeting hotels are working together to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to make attendance at the meeting as safe as possible. We expect that all attendees will be vaccinated at the time of the meeting. Attendees should comply with all mask and social distancing rules and guidelines established by the AHA, which will follow the guidance of the CDC, as well as any additional requirements set by the conference hotels and the local government. We will regularly update members on health and safety guidelines via our website.

Transportation information will be available online at www.historians.org/hotels and in the annual meeting program.

Group meetings and reunions: Societies and groups that have not already made arrangements to hold receptions or other meetings should send requests for room space as soon as possible to annualmeeting@historians.org.

Resolutions for the business meeting must be submitted to the executive director by November 1, to allow time for publication. They must be in proper parliamentary form; must be signed by members of the Association in good standing and by at least 2 percent of the total Association membership as of the end of the previous fiscal year (235 people); must not be more than 300 words in length, including any introductory material; and must deal with a matter of concern to the Association or to the discipline of history. Such resolutions must be in accord with the Association’s Guiding Principles on Taking a Public Stance at www.historians.org/public-stance. Resolutions submitted by the deadline, and meeting the criteria for consideration, shall be published in the December issue of Perspectives on History. For complete information about business resolutions, please consult the AHA Bylaws at www.historians.org/constitution.

Refund policy: Advance registrants who are unable to attend the meeting may request a refund of their registration fee. Refund requests must be emailed to ltownsend@historians.org by December 15, 2021, and will incur a $20 fee. Refunds will not be processed after that date.

Dates and Deadlines

September 15 Preregistration opens.

September 15 Housing opens.

September 30 Deadline to submit membership dues and address changes in order to receive the program in the mail.

November 2 Program mailed to members.

December 10 Last day to make hotel reservations through the housing service. Subsequent reservations taken on a space-available basis at the convention rate.

December 15 Last day for preregistration pricing.

December 15 Deadline to submit registration refund requests.

January 6, 2022 Annual meeting opens at 11:00 a.m. at the New Orleans Marriott and Sheraton New Orleans. Exhibit Hall opens Friday, January 7, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom at the New Orleans Marriott.

Meeting Registration

Take advantage of reduced rates by preregistering for the conference. Make sure your membership is up to date so you can enjoy member pricing at each level. Register online at www.historians.org/myaha.

Attendee

Preregistration (Member): $183
After Dec. 13 (Member): $220
Preregistration (Nonmember): $298
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $358

Speaker

Preregistration (Member): $183
After Dec. 13 (Member): $220
Preregistration (Nonmember): $183
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $220

Student

Preregistration (Member): $84
After Dec. 13 (Member): $101
Preregistration (Nonmember): $128
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $155

Un-/Underemployed

Preregistration (Member): $45
After Dec. 13 (Member): $56
Preregistration (Nonmember): $140
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $168

Retired

Preregistration (Member): $87
After Dec. 13 (Member): $106
Preregistration (Nonmember): $149
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $180

K–12 Teacher

Preregistration (Member): $65
After Dec. 13 (Member): $78
Preregistration (Nonmember): $125
After Dec. 13 (Nonmember): $150

Bring your Graduate/Undergraduate/K–12 student discount

For members only. Add students to your registration for only $15 each ($30 onsite). Bring as many high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as you want for only $15 each!

Advance registration must be completed by midnight EST on December 15, 2021. Thereafter, onsite rates will apply. Everyone attending the meeting is expected to register. Admission to the Exhibit Hall requires a registration badge. Special note for speakers: All US-based historians presenting on AHA sessions must be AHA members, and all participants must register.

ASL Interpretation at the 2022 Annual Meeting

The AHA offers complimentary sign-interpreting service upon request to our attendees. Please notify the AHA of the sessions you plan to attend and register for the meeting by November 1, 2021. This service is also available upon request for the presidential address and business meeting. Requests should be submitted to annualmeeting@historians.org by November 1, 2021.

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Debbie Doyle
Debbie Ann Doyle

American Historical Association