April 11-14, 2013 The Organization of American Historians will hold its annual conference at the San Francisco Hilton in San Francisco, California.
What does OAH stand for?
OAH stands for Organization of American Historians
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We have 31 other meanings of OAH in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Acquisitions and Grants Services (US FDA)
- Office of Advanced Graduate Studies (now Office of Research & Graduate Studies; Florida International University)
- Ontario Association of General Surgeons (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada)
- Oklahoma Amputee Golf Tournament
- Office of the Auditor General for Wales (UK)
- Obvious As Hell
- Of Arrowe Hill (band)
- Office of Administration Hearings
- Orcs and Humans (Warcraft I)
- Order After Hearing
- Overall Height
- Ocala Arabian Horse Association
- Office of Administrative Hearings and Appeals (various locations)
- Ontario Appaloosa Horse Association (Indian River, Ontario, Canada)
- Order of the Arrow High Adventure
- Oxford Area Historical Association (Oxford, PA)
- Ontario Aboriginal Health Advocacy Initiative (Canada)
- Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy
- Occidental Area Health Center (San Anselmo, CA)
- Oklahoma Appaloosa Horse Club (Oklahoma City, OK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nationally, Kessel was the first community college faculty member elected to the executive committee of the Organization of American Historians and served on a 12-member national committee that revised the advanced placement U.
We cannot wait for historians to meticulously document it all (although the Organization of American Historians might sponsor a series of annual research conferences to jump start, structure and maintain the academic effort).
Jeanne Boydston, "Historicizing Gender," Unpublished Paper delivered to rhe Organization of American Historians Meeting, March 30, 2007, Minneapolis, MN.
The origins of this collection can be traced to a panel organized by historian Linda Gordon and presented at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians in the Spring of 2000.
Over the years, Ron Briley of Sandia Preparatory School in Albuquerque has been our lead scholar in this field--speaking at the Southwest PCA meetings, but also making our journal and focus known to the American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians.