Friday, January 2, 2015

Early America at the 2015 AHA

Are you an early American historian who is attending the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in New York this weekend?  If so, Joseph Adelman has put together a list of all the session related to early American history.  Check it out at The Junto.  Enjoy!

Here is a taste:

Saturday, January 3
8:30 am

61 (CCWH 2). Interviewing in the Job Market in the Twenty-First Century, Mercury Ballroom (New York Hilton, Third Floor)
69. Doing More with Less: The Promise and Pitfalls of Short-Form Scholarship in the Digital History Age, New York Ballroom East (Sheraton New York, Third Floor)
71. Geographies of Identity, Solidarity, and Belonging in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic, Gibson Suite (New York Hilton, Second Floor)
76 (SCWH 3). James McPherson’s Battle Cry after a Quarter Century, Murray Hill Suite B (New York Hilton, Second Floor)
80. Slaves and Mistresses: The Female Slaveholder in the Americas, Liberty Suite 3 (Sheraton New York, Third Floor)
90. Lessons Learned from the AHA’s Bridging Cultures Program, Part 1: PechaKucha 1: Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the U.S. History Survey Course, Sutton South (New York Hilton, Second Floor)
91 (CLAH 13). New Perspectives on the Spanish Atlantic: The Slave Trade to Spanish America, Part 1, Empire Ballroom West (Sheraton New York, Second Floor)
ACHA 7. Negotiating the Atlantic: Catholic Networks in the Early American Republic, Madison Suite 4 (Sheraton New York, Fifth Floor)