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OAH Joins AHA Condemning Exclusion of LGBTQ History in Florida
The OAH has, along with more than forty organizations, endorsed the American Historical Association's May 16, 2023, statement opposing the exclusion of LGBTQ+ History in Florida. The Florida Department of Education's recent ruling extends the state's "Don't Say Gay" law and "would eliminate almost entirely the history of LGBTQ+ people from the Florida social studies curriculum."
2023 Virtual Conference Series on American History: Library open until May 31
The live sessions are now complete but registered attendees are welcome to access and watch the library of sessions until May 31.
Registered attendees can log on now to view the sessions.
Not registered? No problem. You can still register by calling us at 812 855 7311 (Monday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm (EDT).
2022 OAH Annual Report Now Available
The 2022 annual report, covering the fiscal year that began on July 1, 2022, is now available. Included are reports from the president, executive director, executive editor, and treasurer, as well as updates from major departments and programs within the organization.
The Journal of American History
The March issue of the Journal of American History is now availableRead More
The American Historian
The Fall issue of The American Historian is now availableRead More