Thanks to our co-sponsors at the University of Pittsburgh World History Center and the OER Project, who also enabled us to offer reduced rates for HS teachers & students.
Pittsburgh 2023: ENERGIESFrom June 22-June 24, 2023, the World History Association, in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh’s World History Center, will be holding our 32nd Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Click on Pittsburgh homepage to learn more about our Keynote Speakers, tours, lodging & more. Regular registration rates available through May 15.
Baobab Continues in 2023!
Our “Under the Baobab” series kicks off the 2023 year with Baobab XV: Teaching & Learning World History in a time of "Divisive Concepts." This session, which will not be recorded, is scheduled for January 26 @ 7:00pm Eastern/4:00pm Pacific. Moderated by a WHA Officer, it will feature the speakers Ms. Kara Macsuga (Suncoast Comm HS), Dr. Lauren McArthur Harris (ASU), Dr. Pamela McVay (Ursuline College) and Dr. Stephen Jackson (U. of Sioux Falls). To register, please visit bit.ly/wha-baobab commencing January 12, 2023. Registration is free for WHA members and $10 for non-members.
Conversations and Community in World History
H/21 New Teaching Resources
Here’s your chance to publish your ideas as part of History for the 21st Century (“H/21”), a collaborative project that takes a fresh look at introductory college history courses. The project is supported by a grant from a civic-minded history alumnus at San Francisco State University, and managed by an independent editorial board of historians. We’re starting with world history courses; and our collection is called “Our World in Time.”
Students Awards: PAT Paper Prize Extended Thru May 15, 2023!
The PAT UG & Graduate Student Paper Prizes are extended through May 15, while the World Historian Student Essay Competition is due May 1. Click the button below to find out more.
Bloomsbury Academic Workshop 2023
The first Bloomsbury Academic Workshop for Monograph Prize is April 18, 2023. Click here for more information.