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Ag History at the AHA(2018-12-11)
The AHA is grateful for the spirit of scholarly collaboration with its affiliated societies year round. Our 133rd annual meeting, in January 2019, represents a unique opportunity for face-to-face interaction with historians in your field from around the world. This year, we have compiled some of the many sessions that may be of interest to the Agricultural History Society members. We would appreciate if you would share these panels with your members.
The Past, Present, and Future of Museums of Food, Agriculture, and Rural Life
Globalization and Industrialization: History and Food Panel
Ethnic Dynamics in American Cities, Suburbs, and Agri-towns: Explorations of How Ethnicity Shaped Urban Spaces after 1960
Indigenous People, Colonialism, Sovereignty, and Dam Projects in the Americas
Governing Human and Animal Populations from the Colonial to the Postcolonial World
Cultivating Environmental Reform: Competing Agrarian politics in 20th-Century Latin America
Unemployment, Insecurity, and Work Restructuring in the Americas, 1930s–90s
Get the #AHA19 app to curate your own annual meeting experience, and consider making plans to join us in Chicago from January 3-6, 2019, if you have not already. Register by December 14 for a discounted rate.