27th Annual WHA Conference in Milwaukee
The Anthropocene and Material Culture
21–23 June 2018

Draft program (PDF) updated 17 April 2018

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AHA Statement on Polish War Crimes Law

The World History Association supports the statement issued by the American Historical Association condemning the new Polish law criminalizing references to Polish complicity in Nazi war crimes.

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