AASHL Annual Meeting


AASLHSave the Date: AASLH/MMA Annual Meeting

Detroit, Michigan | September 14-17

Theme: The Spirit of Rebirth

This year, AASLH is meeting at the world-renowned Cobo Center in Detroit along with the Michigan Museum Association to connect, learn, discuss, and have some good times with the great people doing history all over the U.S. and Canada. The Preliminary Program will be mailed to all members (and emailed to all our contacts) in April, and registration will open by June 1.   Why Attend the Annual Meeting?

  • Check out this recent blog post by 2016 Host Committee member Tobi Voigt on why Detroit is the “perfect laboratory to explore issues of radical change and rebirth.”
  • Read comments from our 2015 attendees on their Annual Meeting experience.
  • Our speakers this year will be author and historian Thomas J. Sugrue and Mary Wilson of the Supremes. Read more about the speakers.
  • Choose from  65 sessions, 12 tours, 8 workshop, and a host of other exciting events including The Henry Ford Un-Conference.

Can’t Make it to Detroit? Don’t Forget About the Online Conference No money in the budget for travel? Can’t come to Detroit, but still want to attend? Need a way to provide low cost training for employees? Sign up now to hear six of the best sessions from the AASLH/MMA Annual Meeting by participating in the AASLH Online Conference. AASLH will live-broadcast six of the best sessions presented in Detroit so you can participate, ask questions, and make comments from your desk or your kitchen table. With the Online Conference, you can provide training for all your employees and volunteers and hear what experts from the field are talking about, all for one low price. AASLH will air three sessions per day during the conference on Thursday and Friday, September 16-17. Participants will also have access to the session handouts. The recordings will be available to the online participants for reviewing for six months after the broadcast through LearningTimes.


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