The ACHA’s 94th Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, DC from January 2-5, 2014. Read on for hotel and registration information. More details will be posted to ACHAhistory.org as they are confirmed.
The president and executive secretary-treasurer’s comprehensive report on the ACHA’s accomplishments, activities, and finances in 2012.
Maggie McGuinness, the ACHA’s newly sworn-in president, outlines the year ahead, which includes a new e-subscription option for the CHR.
The ACHA is pleased to announced the recipients of its annual distinguished awards for scholarship, teaching and service.
The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at the University of San Francisco encourages scholars of Chinese studies to apply for summer travel grants (May-August 2013) designed to promote the use of the Canton Archives and Passionist China Collection at the Ricci Institute. Travel grants are open to faculty members, postdoctoral scholars, and doctoral students. To apply, please see the Ricci Center’s informational page.