2003 Annual Meeting in Chicago,
January 25, 2003
Thanks for your interest in the 2003 AHA Annual Meeting. This site provides
links to all the information you should need to attend sessions,
register for the meeting, make your travel
arrangements, obtain room reservations, and
sign up for the annual job register. Through the
fall we will be adding links to additional information
on places to go and things to see in Chicago, prepared by our Local Arrangements
We look forward to seeing you there!
2003 Annual Meeting Program
General Information about the meeting-
Listing of Sessions
Meetings, activities, and sessions of Affiliated
Members should login to the member
section to obtain discounted member registration rates. After
login, click on the link to "AHA Annual Meeting Preregistration"
under Member Services
Non Members: Register
online or with one of the printable forms below.
Forms to Print and Mail
To obtain discounts on everything from airline travel to car rentals,
travel arrangements need to be made through Association
Travel Concepts, the AHA's Official Travel Agency.
For additional information on how to get into and around the city and
between the hotels, see our travel
To obtain discounted meeting rates, reservations must be made through
One-Stop Chicago. Please note there are separate reservation forms for
Registrants and Meeting
For additional information on the hotels, rates, and accessibility
issues, see our housing accommodations
The job register at the annual meeting gives applicants in the history
job market an opportunity to meet with search committees for dozens
of open positions in the field.
Search committees that want to reserve an interview
parlor or table or have the the job register staff collect CVs need
to send in their reservation
forms by November 15.
Job candidates do not have to sign up for the
job register. Most of the jobs will be advertised in Perspectives
prior to the annual meeting, with late listings included in the
job register handout distributed at the annual meeting. For additional
information and advice on how to prepare for the job register, see
Beginning in late October, we will begin posting items prepared by
the Local Arrangements Committee about restraunts, museums, archives,
and even a little local history.