The CCWH, Coordinating Council for Women in History, invites all AHA conference attendees to our events and sessions at this year's AHA in Atlanta.
CCWH Reception, Friday evening, January 5, 5:30 to 7:30. The CCWH reception welcomes all meeting participants and provides a setting in which graduate students can meet academic and public historians. PLEASE NOTE: ROOM CHANGE TO HILTON, GWINNETT ROOM; please mark your programs
CCWH Luncheon, Saturday, January 6, 12:15 to 1:45. Tera Hunter, Carnegie Mellon University, will deliver the address: "'Until Death or Distance Do You Part': Slavery and Marriage in the Nineteenth Century." Winners of the CCWH/Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Graduate Student Scholarship, the Ida B. Wells Graduate Student Scholarship, and the
Catherine Prelinger Scholarship (for a non-traditional historian) will be honored. Tickets ($35) should be purchased from Jennifer Scanlon, Gender and Women's Studies Program, Bowdoin College, 7100 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011, no later than December 23, 2006. Please make checks payable to CCWH.
Please note our sessions as well:
Friday, January 5
9:30 to 11:30: Hilton, Grand Ballroom C. Joint session with the AHA Professional Division and the AHA Commitee for Graduate Students. Interviewing for the Job Market in the Twenty-first Century
2:30 to 4:30: Hilton, Grand Ballroom E. Joint session with the AHA, Conditions of Work for Women Historians in the Twenty-first Century:Keeping the Conversation Going
Saturday, January 6
9:00 to 11:00: Marriott, International Ballroom 7. Joint session with the AHA and the Western Association of Women Historians: Women's History Organizations: Are They Still Relevant in the Twenty-first Century? Two Generations Respond
2:30 to 4:30: Hilton, Grand Salon C. Joint session with the AHA and the Committee on Lesbian and Gay History: Balancing Work and Family in the Academic Workplace
Finally, a note to graduate students: Please stop in at our Graduate Student Drop-In Room, Friday, January 5, from 7:30 to 12, Marriott International Meeting Room 1, for coffee and pastries.
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