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History Associations

 

History Associations

AAH

Association of Ancient Historians

This is the largest organization in North America that is devoted exclusively to promoting teaching and scholarship in ancient history.

Association of Ancient Historians

Randall S. Howarth
Department of History
Mercyhurst College
501 East 38th Street
Erie PA 16546-0001
USA
1-814-824-2345
email:     AAH.Nimchuk@gmail.com

website:  associationofancienthistorians.org

AHA

American Historical Association

This organization is the largest historical association in the United States, and includes people with interests in all areas of history, from ancient to modern.  Publishes the American Historical Review.

American Historical Association

400 A Street, S.E.

Washington, DC  20003-3889

USA

1-202-544-2422  (tel)

1-202-544-8307  (fax)

email:     aha@theaha.org

website:  www.historians.org

AIA

Archaeological Institute of America

This organization is the oldest in America dedicated to archaeology, and has 10,000 members in 102 local societies.  Publishes the American Journal of Archaeology, and Archaeology Magazine.

Archaeolological Institute of America

656 Beacon Street

Boston, MA 02215-2006

USA

1-617-353-9361  (tel)

1-617-353-6550  (fax)

email:     aia@aia.bu.edu

website:  www.archaeological.org

APA

American Philological Association

This organization is the principal learned society in North America for the study of ancient Greek and Roman languages, literatures and civilizations.  Publishes the Transactions of the American Philological Association.

American Philological Association

University of Pennsylvania

292 Logan Hall

249 South 36th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

USA

1-215-898-4975  (tel)

1-215-573-7874  (fax)

email:     apaclassics@sas.upenn.edu

website:  www.classicalstudies.org

IAE

International Association of Egyptologists

This association discusses problems affecting Egyptological studies and encourages the study of Egyptology in all its aspects on an international basis.  It collects and distributes information concerning new discoveries, work in progress and work completed, as well as encouraging collaboration between scholars and existing associations in Egyptology.

International Office:

Internationaler Ägyptologen - Verband
Professor Dr. Günter Burkard
Institut für Ägyptologie
Meiserstraße 10
D - 80333 München
Germany

email:     Guenter.Burkard@aegyp.fak12.uni-muenchen.de
website: 
www.iae.lmu.de

U.S.A. Office:

Dr. Rita Freed
Department of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian and Near Eastern Art
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115

USA

email:     rfreed@mfa.org

NCPH

National Council on Public History

This organization emphasizes the dissemination of knowledge about history outside the classroom.  Members include academics, museum curators, librarians, independent historians, etc.  Publishes the Public Historian.

National Council on Public History

327 Cavanaugh Hall - IUPUI

425 University Boulevard

Indianapolis, IN  46202

USA

1-317-274-2716  (tel)

email:     ncph@iupui.edu

website:  www.ncph.org

RHS

Royal Historical Society

This society was founded in 1868 to represent the needs of scholarly historians in Great Britain and to promote serious public study of history.  Publishes the Transactions of the Royal Historical Society.

Royal Historical Society

University College London
Gower Street

London WC1E 6BT

UK
44-020-7387-7532  (tel and fax)
email:    
rhsinfo@rhs.ac.uk

website:  www.royalhistoricalsociety.org

WHA

World History Association

This organization focuses on the study and teaching of world history.  Publishes the Journal of World History.

World History Association

Kieko Matteson

University of Hawai'i

2530 Dole Street

Honolulu, HI  96822

USA

email:     info@thewha.org

website:  www.thewha.org

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