Archive for the ‘Annual Meeting’ Category

  • The AASLH Online Conference is a yearly component of our Annual Meeting where six of our most popular sessions are reworked for a virtual audience and broadcast from the conference to registered viewers across the nation. OLC sessions are exclusively available to registrants for six months after the conference and then become available for purchase […]

  • AASLH has partnered with the National Council on Public History (NCPH) to invite proposals for an NCPH‐sponsored Poster Session at the 2018 AASLH Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri. Deadline: June 10, 2018 Submit a proposal at: http://ncph.org/aaslh-poster-proposal-form/ Questions about your poster submission?  Email NCPH Program Manager Meghan Hillman at meghillm@iupui.edu Questions about AASLH 2018? Email AASLH Program […]

  • Call for Proposals The Program Committee of the Mutual Concerns of Air and Space Museums Conference is seeking session proposals for their November 2018 meeting in Tucson, AZ. As always, we are seeking session proposals on topics or issues relevant to our community of museums and aerospace education centers. The strength of the conference agenda is […]

  • Small Museums Scholarships 2018 AASLH Annual Meeting and Online Conference Kansas City, MO – September 26-29 DEADLINE: June 8 The American Association for State and Local History will hold its Annual Meeting and Online Conference in Kansas City, MO from September 26-29, 2018. This year’s theme is Truth or Consequences. Museums and history sites have been ranked among […]

  • This is the final post in a week-long series spotlighting Kansas City and Annual Meeting topics leading up to the announcement of the #AASLH18 speakers. AASLH is pleased to announce our featured speakers for the 2018 Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting will take place at the Kansas City Conference Center in Kansas City, Missouri, September 26-29. The […]

  • KCMO in Pop Culture Playlist

    February 8th, 2018

    This is the fourth post in a week-long series spotlighting Kansas City and Annual Meeting topics leading up to the announcement of the #AASLH18 speakers on Friday. Read Monday’s post, “Welcome to Speaker Week: Inspiration from Past Annual Meeting Speakers.” Kansas City has been immortalized in many songs over the years, produced countless musicians, and played a crucial […]

  • Kansas City Award Winners

    February 6th, 2018

    This is the second post in a week-long series spotlighting Kansas City and Annual Meeting topics leading up to the announcement of the #AASLH18 speakers on Friday. Read Monday’s post, “Welcome to Speaker Week: Inspiration from Past Annual Meeting Speakers.” Kansas City is home to more than twenty museums and historic sites, covering everything from art to […]

  • This is the first post in a week-long series spotlighting Kansas City and Annual Meeting topics leading up to the announcement of the #AASLH18 speakers on Friday.  AASLH Annual Meeting speakers come from all kinds of places. Some are from the history or museum worlds, others work in the nonprofit or philanthropic sectors, and still […]

  • Expectations are a two-way street (or maybe something more akin to a clover-leaf interstate exchange?).  During our session “Who’s Shoulding on Your Fundraising Efforts?” at the 2017 AASLH Annual Meeting, my colleagues and I hoped to address how expectations by both staff and board members can lead to challenges raising money: in other words, how […]

  • In September, thanks to the Small Museums Scholarship, I was able to attend my first AASLH Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas. Like so many others at AASLH, I was coming from a very small institution, the Santa Bárbara Mission Archive-Library, with a staff of just three. SBMAL is an archive with a unique collection that […]