UPCOMING ASALH EVENTS

The 106th Annual Meeting and Virtual Conference

September 13-30, 2021
ASALH will hold innovative virtual programming in the month of September celebrating the 2021 Black History Theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. Check back for schedules, times, and other updates.

Social Justice Workshop Wednesdays

Join us for our FREE 5-part virtual Workshop Wednesdays series on social justice. A collaborative effort presented by ASALH & the Howard University Social Justice Consortium, scholar-activist and Howard alum Dr. Lisa Brock.

ASALH TV PRESENTS:

IN RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT
Topics In African American History, In The Spirit Of Woodson And Mary Mcleod Bethune

107th Annual Meeting and Conference

September 25, 2022 – October 2, 2022
Montgomery, AL

The ASALH Annual Conference is an occasion to explore the history and culture of people of African descent. Our conference brings together more than one thousand people, including educators, students, community builders, business professionals, and others who share an abiding interest in learning about the contribution of African Americans to this nation and the world.

ALL UPCOMING EVENTS

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BRANCH EVENTS: ASALH is observing social distancing and all in-person meetings and events, where possible, will be virtual.

COMMUNITY EVENTS: Please check with our community partners for any updates to these events.

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Conference on Advancing Equity in Transportation – Accepting abstracts through February 19, 2021

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: The University of South Carolina Press

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: America250 Foundation

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Hine-Horne Book Roundtable: Sandy Darity & A. Kirsten Mullen “From Here to Equality”

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: AFRO Publishing Without Walls

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: University of Florida Press

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Black Families and Public Policy: New Frontiers in the Fight for Black Families

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Felix Armfield Series – Haiti en Desorde: Reflections on the State of Affairs and the Challenges of Haitian Scholars (Haiti in Disorder)

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: University of Illinois Press

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Film Festival: I’m Just a Layman

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: Scholar’s Choice

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: University of Pennsylvania Press

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Hine-Horne Book Roundtable: Jarvis Givens, “Fugitive Pedagogy: Carter G. Woodson and The Art of Black Teaching”

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Key Session: State of the Field: New International Histories of Black Women

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: University Press of Mississippi

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Hine-Horne Book Roundtable: Brandi Brimmer, “Claiming Union Widowhood: Race, Respectability, and Poverty in the Post-Emancipation South”

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Illuminating the Black Family in History: A Retrospective on Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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Hine-Horne Book Roundtable: Tyrone McKinley Freeman: “Madam C. J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving: Black Women’s Philanthropy during Jim Crow”

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Film Festival: SHOT: Caught a Soul

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Key Session: African-American Families in Florida through Public History

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Film Festival: Racially Charged

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Film Festival: Geographies of Kinship

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Hine-Horne Book Roundtable: V. P. Franklin’s “Young Crusaders”

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ASALH Exhibitor Session: Georgetown University Press