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 2018 conference is just around the corner, and the 2019 call for papers and annual conference aren’t that far away. But the PCB-AHA is soliciting applications to host our 2020 and 2022 gatherings. If your school or institution would like to welcome a group of pleasant historians for a couple of summer days and nights, and have the pleasure and prestige of hosting the 115-year-old (and only) branch of the largest historical association in the U.S., please click on the links for the PCB Call for Proposals to Host Meetings and the PCB space template.
The PCB-AHA is pleased to announce that soon we will be accepting proposals for our 2019 conference, to be held in Las Vegas, July 31-August 2. Click 2019 PCB conference Call for Papers for further details.
Our final PCB-AHA Program 2018 is now available, with more details about registration and events. Check it out for information about panels as well as an exciting plenary session (featuring Vicki Ruiz, Gordon Chang, Kelly Lytle Hernandez, and Adria Imada), luncheons (the Camarillo Latino/a Scholars Luncheon and the Western Association of Women Historians), and receptions, including something special for graduate students.
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Please note that PCB-AHA does not endorse nor can it guarantee the accuracy of these postings. Please direct any questions to PCB Executive Director Michael Green at [email protected]