|Registration and housing reservations are open for the American Historical Association’s 2022 annual meeting in New Orleans! Be a part of the nation’s largest gathering of historians from Thursday, January 6 to Sunday, January 9. New Orleans will host an enormous variety of sessions and workshops, providing access to an unparalleled community of historians in all levels, fields, and professions.
If you haven’t been to a conference since 2020 or earlier, make AHA22 your destination! The annual meeting is the only place where you can build community with historians in a wide variety of professions and with specialists in every historical era and geographical area. Connect with old friends colleagues, and meet like-minded historians at one of ten AHA-sponsored receptions—all included with the price of admission.
The situation regarding the pandemic remains uncertain, but we expect that it will be safe for most participants to attend the meeting in person, and that the majority of sessions will take place in the conference hotels as planned. To ensure safety, attendees must show photo or paper verification that they are vaccinated against COVID-19. Masks will be required in the meeting space. The city of New Orleans is well vaccinated and has stringent safety measures in place; see the AHA website for the latest health and safety information. Historians unable to attend in person may consider attending some panels rescheduled online at a later date (most likely in February); please be patient as we review our options.
Registration: Register by logging in to MY AHA and clicking Register Now in the 2022 Annual Meeting, New Orleans section. Discounted preregistration rates will be available until December 15. AHA members receive up to $115 off the regular registration rate; if you are not already a member, join today! Registrations are refundable, minus a $20 service fee, until December 15.