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PCB-AHA 2020 Conference Plans

The 2020 PCB-AHA conference has been postponed because of COVID-19. We are or have been in contact with those whose panels were accepted about their interest in presenting virtual panels, presenting at the 2021 AHA if there is space, or being first in line for our 2021 conference.

We will provide additional information here and in emails. In the meantime, we will be posting the planned program so that everyone can see what was to have been presented.

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The PCB-AHA and Covid-19

Hello to all of our PCB-AHA members. Like all of you, we are doing our best to keep track of what’s going on, trying to do what we’re supposed to do, and hoping for the best. Our hopes are for everyone’s good health.

We obviously take the current situation seriously. In the PCB’s case, our conference is August 6-8, which is a long way off. We will continue planning for it and do our best to be ready for any contingency. Uppermost in our minds will be making sure that we do what is best for our membership, to assure everybody’s health and safety. While we always think of that, it’s especially important now.

So, we are working on the program, apologize for the delays, and hope to get in touch next week with everybody who submitted a proposal. Our Nominating Committee is at work on an electoral slate, and we hope to have an election for next year’s officers and committee members ready to go soon. We will adjust other deadlines as needed and in such a way as to make us do the heavy lifting and not you.

If you have any questions or comments, please email PCB-AHA executive director Michael Green at [email protected]. Thanks!

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2018 Conference Program

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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