Make plans to digitally attend the 2020 OHA Annual Meeting. The annual meeting attracts a broad range of people and features the best work in the field. The meeting enables students and both emerging and established scholars to network and learn valuable skills. The theme for 2020 is The Quest for Democracy: One Hundred Years of Struggle.
Registration information is available here: https://www.oralhistory.org/annual-meeting-registration/
For the safety and well-being of presenters and attendees, we’ve decided to forego our traditional in-person conference this fall and are shifting to a virtual format. Registration will be delayed a bit, but please know we’re working diligently to open it. Sessions will be held primarily on Zoom; the program schedule is still being developed, and the Program Committee will provide presenters and attendees information and instructions on how to participate in virtual sessions. We still plan to hold our Keynote Address, plenaries, pre-conference workshops, Business Meeting, and networking events, as well as provide access to virtual tours. As information on these events and how to participate virtually becomes available, we will let the membership know. Finally, in accordance with Maryland social-distancing orders, we also plan to offer regionally-oriented in-person programming in Baltimore in October. Expect more information on these events soon.