In an effort to highlight the diverse range of scholarship at the upcoming 126th annual meeting, we’re highlighting different sessions here on the blog each week. Today we point to session 101-A: Historians and the Obama Narrative, which will be chaired by AHA Executive Director James Grossman.
Each of the panelists for this session have researched and produced scholarly works on President Obama. Dianne Pinderhughes’ presidential address for APSA, “The Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in American Racial Politics,” was delivered the same night Obama spoke at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Continuing the “Session of the Week” series here on AHA Today, we turn to AHA Session 67: The Future is Here: Pioneers Discuss the Future of the Digital Humanities. This presidential session presents a panel of speakers, and is chaired by AHA President Anthony Grafton. Learn more about all the digital history sessions taking place at the annual meeting in this online roundup and Jacob Soll’s article from the October issue of Perspectives on History. The details of this session follow below:
The Future Is Here: Pioneers Discuss the Future of Digital Humanities (AHA Session 67)
Date: Friday, January 6, 2012, 2:30–4:30 p.m.
From now until the 126th annual meeting, we’ll be running a series of “Session of the Week” posts here on the blog to highlight the varied scholarship you can expect at the upcoming meeting. Last week we featured “Did We Go Wrong? The Past and Prospects of the History Profession.”
This week we present AHA Session 38, “Fukushima: An International Perspective on Nuclear Accidents,” which links current events to the past.
Fukushima: An International Perspective on Nuclear Accidents (AHA Session 38)
Date: Friday, January 6, 2012: 9:30–11:30 a.m.
From now until the 126th annual meeting, we’ll be running a series of “Session of the Week” posts here on the blog to highlight the varied scholarship you can expect at the upcoming meeting. With over 250 sessions in the Program of the 126th Annual Meeting, there’s something for everyone’s field of interest. What sessions are you looking forward to at the meeting? Let us know in the comments.
See also our roundups of digital history sessions, teaching sessions, and sessions for graduate students and early career professionals at the meeting.