Atlanta, January 7-10, 2015
Below are the registration rates for the 2016 annual meeting. Registration will open in mid-September.
- Member: Preregistration/$164 or Onsite/$193
- Nonmember: Preregistration/$220 or Onsite/$250
- Speaker Member: Preregistration/$164 or Onsite/$193
- Speaker Nonmember: Preregistration/$164 or Onsite/$193
- Student Member: Preregistration/$76 or Onsite/$82
- Student Nonmember: Preregistration/$119 or Onsite/$125
- Unemployed Member: Preregistration/$70 or Onsite/$75
- Unemployed Nonmember: Preregistration/$80 or Onsite/$85
- Retired Member: Preregistration/$79 or Onsite/$84
- Retired Nonmember: Preregistration/$85 or Onsite/$90
- K-12 Teacher Member: Preregistration/$40 or Onsite/$45
- K-12 Teacher Nonmember: Preregistration/$45 or Onsite/$50
- K-12 Teacher/Student Group*: Preregistration/$70
- Undergraduate Teacher/Student Group*: Preregistration/$200
- Graduate Teacher/Student Group* (pre-candidacy students only): Preregistration/$200
*Group rate available to members only.
Student Member Pricing
Students who are not members of the American Historical Association should take a few minutes to join. The price of a student membership is typically less than the difference in price between a nonmember and a member student registration.
Join the AHA
If your field is history—no matter what your specialization is or where you work—membership in the American Historical Association is indispensable. Among the numerous organizations that serve historians, only the AHA brings together historians from all geographical, chronological, and topical specializations and all work contexts, embracing the breadth and variety of activity in history today.
More important, only the AHA addresses the diverse special needs of individuals and the interests of the discipline as a whole. No matter what other specialized organizations you belong to, AHA membership is still essential—no other organization serves you and the discipline as a whole like the AHA.
Annual Meeting Communities Forum
Thinking about proposing a session? Want to connect with AHA members with similar research interests? AHA Communities is a new space for the history community to connect, share ideas, discuss professional and theoretical issues, and take advantage of user-friendly digital tools.
Members can simply visit the annual meeting discussion group, propose a session, or connect with other members looking for fellow panelists.