The Pacific Coast Branch (PCB) was organized in 1903 to serve members of the American Historical Association living in the Western States of the United States and the Western Provinces of Canada.
The 2023 PCB-AHA Call for Papers is here. We look forward to seeing you at Cal State Northridge, August 9-11, 2023.
The 2022 PCB-AHA Program is set for our conference at Portland State University, August 10-12. Check it out!
The PCB-AHA conference will be held August 10-12 at Portland State University. Click here to register.
The PCB-AHA is excited to announce our 2022 PCB Call for Papers for our conference, August 10-12, at Portland State University. It includes information about themes and topics, and how to upload your proposal!
Check out this great panel this week from our Teaching Committee! And check our program for more fascinating and helpful pedagogical panels!
Please click here for information about our conference.
The PCB-AHA Teaching Committee is proud to present a webinar, “Trust, Freedom, and Joy: Incorporating Ungrading into the History Classroom,” by Dr. Mary Klann, on March 3, 2021. You can learn more about it, including registration, here.
At its 2020 Council meeting, the PCB-AHA passed three resolutions on the naming of various building and sites at the local, state, and national levels–including the Madison Grant Forest and Elk Refuge and the Madison Grant Memorial at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park–and offering to assist in recommending racially and ethnically diverse scholars to serve on commissions to study these names. The resolutions may be accessed at PCB-AHA 2020 Resolutions.
The PCB-AHA 2020 Conference Program is now available. It includes all of the panels and panelists accepted for the conference, as well as information about our award winners and our organization, and advertisements. Check it out!