Topical Sessions at the AHA in Boston
Thursday, January 6
AHA Session #1: Climate Change and Its Contested Histories
Friday, January 7
AHA Session #61: Same-Sex Marriage in Historical and Transnational Perspective
AHA Session #66: Sacred Politics: Rethinking the Rise of the Religious Right
AHA Session #75: The Crisis in Public Higher Education
AHA Session #77: The Battle over Assessment and Ranking of History Departments
AHA Session #82: The American Century: Assessing the Crucial Decade, 1965-74
Saturday, January 8
AHA Session #113: Historical Narratives and the Future of the Religious State
AHA Session #115: The Academic Job Market: Finding Solutions in a Time of Crisis
11:30 am-1:30 pm
AHA Session #150: The Public Uses of History and the Global War on Terror
AHA Session #169: Historical Social Network Analysis: A Practicum
AHA Session #188: Valuing the Environment
Sunday, January 9
AHA Session #240: Teaching the History of Terrorism
AHA Session #249: An Imperial Gaze at the Sacred Myth of American Exceptionalism
11:00 am-1:00 pm
AHA Session #265: No Sacred Story: Reframing Abraham Lincoln in Historical Memory
AHA Session #266: “The Global War on Terror”: Historical Perspectives and Future Prospects
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