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Published on August 10th, 2012


Conferences on History

Social Science History Association (SSHA) – November, 2012 (deadline passed)

The 37th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia, on November 1–4, 2012. The title of this year’s conference is “Histories of Capitalism”. The web-page for the conference is The SSHA is behind the journal Social Science History.

Vancouver is the main city in western Canada, and lies between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. It hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. When in Vancouver you can go for a stroll down the Seawall, or attend a game with the Vancouver Canucks (hockey) at the Rogers Arena. The temperature during the conference ranges from 34 to 43 Fahrenheit (or 1 to 6 Celsius).


American Historical Association (AHA) – January, 2013

The 127th annual meeting of the American Historical Association will take place in New Orleans on January 3–6, 2013. Registrations will open this fall. The web-page for the conference will be The ASA publishes The American Historical Review.


World History Association (WHA) – June, 2013

The 2013 WHA Conference will take place in Minneapolis at North Hennepin Community College on June 26–29. For accommodation we recommend the Northland Inn ( or the La Quinta ( Topics for this conference are “Diasporas and Refugees in World History” and “Roads, Trails, and Rivers in World History”. The World History Association is behind the Journal of World History. You can find the web-page for the conference at

Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and together with Saint-Paul constitutes the Twin Cities. The temperature during the conference ranges from 58 to 78 Fahrenheit (or 14 to 26 Celsius).


The Historical Association (HA) – To be announced, 2013

The Historical Association Annual Conference for 2013 has not yet been announced. The HA is behind the journal History. The web-page is



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