AHA Colloquium

The AHA Colloquium is a series of web-based programs designed to bring together the historians of all fields and professions who would ordinarily gather at our annual meeting. The goal of this program is to maintain our communities and continue to build connections even though it is not currently safe to organize a large face-to-face gathering. By far the most important aspect of the annual meeting is the chance to build a research, teaching, and professional network by engaging in conversation with fellow historians. This community-building function of the annual meeting will be at the forefront of our web-based programming, representing the diverse array of fields, institutions, and career paths usually present in our face-to-face meeting. We chose the term “colloquium” for a reason—it will be a space for conversation and intellectual exchange.

AHA Colloquium Information for Those Accepted for the 2021 Program

Presenting at the annual meeting fills a number of professional goals, including building your CV, presenting your research in a respected venue, publicizing your work, and receiving professional credit. We know that many attendees also value the chance to build a research community by engaging in conversation with fellow historians. We envision the AHA Colloquium as a place to continue the professional conversations that take place between panelists, the audience, and attendees at the meeting. Learn more:

AHA Colloquium Information for Those Accepted for the 2021 Program