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2022 OHLA/SOA Fall Joint Conference Registration Open 9/30-10/1

  • 1.  2022 OHLA/SOA Fall Joint Conference Registration Open 9/30-10/1

    Posted Aug 03, 2022 04:09 PM

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    Joint OLHA/SOA Fall Meeting 2022: Be the Change

    September 30-October 1, 2022, in-person at the Quest Conference Center, Columbus (Westerville), Ohio.

    Join the Society of Ohio Archivists and the Ohio Local History Association for our in-person fall meeting! This is OLHA's annual 2-day meeting with the addition of a SOA track on Friday, September 30, serving as SOA's fall conference. Come for SOA's sessions or come for the entire conference!

    For the SOA track we have 3 panels, plus the discussion session Crucial Conversations: Social Justice in the Archives. Panel sessions cover Grants for Your Institution: Where to Find Them and How to Get Them with Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board members; From Skin to Skeleton: Pulling off the "Illustrated Human" Exhibit and Lecture Series at the Henry R. Winkler Center for the History of the Health Professions with University of Cincinnati staff; and Beyond the Grant: Cultivating Sustainable Next Steps with Bowling Green State University, Kent State University, and Lakeside Heritage Society representatives.

    See the annual conferences page to register and for many more details!

    Hashtag: SOA's hashtag #soafm22 / OLHA hashtag #OLHAEmpowers

    Register online through September 9. Register by mail with the form in the program (PDF). Rates: Full conference: Member (SOA/OLHA) $100/Nonmember $120; Single Day: Member $70/Nonmember $85; Student: 50% discount on registration.

    Professor Hasan Kwame JeffriesLodging: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hampton Inn, 8411 Pulsar Pl, Columbus.

    Friday Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Hasan Kwame Jeffries teaches, researches, and writes about the African American experience from a historical perspective. An associate professor in the Department of History at The Ohio State University, Hasan takes great pride in opening students' minds to new ways of understanding the past and the present. There is a separate charge to attend the luncheons.

    Keynote speaker is made possible in part by Ohio Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


    Questions? Contact the Educational Programming Committee Cochairs Katie Jarrell and Adam Wanter.

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    Janet Carleton & Emily Gainer

    Cochairs, Marketing and Communications Committee, Society of Ohio Archivists

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