With scholars from history, economics, sociology, demography, anthropology, and other social sciences, the association brings together scholars in thematic networks where they can explore common questions. Each network organizes its own call for papers and selects the bulk of the papers to be presented at the annual conference. This open, flexible, and non-hierarchical structure makes these networks particularly welcoming spaces for younger scholars and invigorating tonic for older academics.
Childhood Crime, Justice, and the Law Culture Economics Education, Knowledge, and Science Family History and Demography Health, Medicine, and Body Historical Geography and GIS Labor Macrohistorical Dynamics Migration/Immigration Politics Public Finance Race and Ethnicity Religion Rural, Agricultural and Environmental States and Society Urban Women, Gender and Sexuality
Graduate students: Apply for travel awards to attend SSHA 2018 by March 15th. Click here to apply.
Check out the call for papers for SSHA 2018: Histories of Disadvantage.
Submit your paper to the 2018 conference.
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