AHA20 January 3-6 in New York City

November 4, 2019

 

We encourage you to join us at the American Historical Association's annual meeting this January in New York City. We hope you will attend and take advantage of an opportunity to interact with your fellow historians. The program is available here: https://aha.confex.com/aha/2020/webprogram/start.html

 

Register today

 

You can register for AHA20 by visiting historians.org/registration. The AHA annual meeting is the largest gathering of historians of all disciplines and professions, offering opportunities to network, learn about the latest research, join in discussions across the discipline, and partake in professional development.

 

Take advantage of discounted hotel rates

 

Coming from outside the city? Visit historians.org/hotels to book your stay in the heart of the action at two conference hotels across the street from each other. Discounted hotel rates are available through December 10, with extra savings and additional perks if you book by December 2. You can even take advantage of these low hotel rates for New Year's Eve in New York City-discounted meeting hotel rates are available as early as December 29.

 

 

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