Participants in session 188, Valuing the Environment, look to nature and environmentalism in different nations from the 19th century through the present.
Karl Jacoby explores the North America in the 19th century and how “nature was essential to creating the
In session 67, The Borders of Immigration History: Citizenship and Politics from the Local to the Global, the presenters examine immigration through three different lenses: immigration in the Reconstruction years; Japanese, Chinese, and Mexican American experiences from 1945 to
What can you do with a history degree? More importantly, what can you do with a history degree if you don’t want to teach?
History majors have diverse job options outside of academia. Learn from history professionals in a range
Historians and authors of historical fiction come together in session 156, History and Fiction: Creative Intersections, to discuss researching and writing historical fiction, as well as using fiction and film in the classroom.
This roundtable includes historian Jane Kamensky
First time at the annual meeting? Not sure what to expect? Stop by the Getting the Most Out of the Annual Meeting orientation session on Thursday, January, 6th from 4-5 p.m. in Room 110 of the Hynes Convention Center.