The Ohio Academy of History is a professional society bringing together teachers, scholars, public historians, and students interested in all fields of history.
The Ohio Academy of History seeks to promote the development and dissemination of historical knowledge among the citizens and students of Ohio. The Academy promotes high standards of historical
scholarship and teaching in the state's schools, colleges, and museums.
Since Spring 2003 the Academy has committed itself
to assuming an active role in
setting standards for the education of Ohio's high-school history
Membership and Activities
The Ohio Academy of History is made up of amateur and professional historians
from universities, colleges, high schools, elementary schools, and the general
public. It issues awards for outstanding publication, teaching, service,
dissertations, and public history. It also monitors and comments on the
dissemination of historical knowledge in Ohio's schools, colleges, and
universities. In the fall, members of the Academy
gather for a social hour and dinner, followed by a panel presentation or
speaker. The Academy holds its annual business meeting during the spring
accompanied by scholarly sessions on topics of historical interest.
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Download the Spring 2013 Ohio Academy of History Newsletter
April 4-6, 2013, Bowling Green State University
2013 Spring Meeting Program
Directions, Parking, Accomodation, and Restaurant Information
Local Historical Sites
Please note that if you registered online last year, the Ohio History Store will remember you and ask you to login. If you don't remember your password, there is an option to have the system send it to you. You are not finished registering until you've logged in and completed payment. If you don't receive a confirmation email, check with Betsy Hedler at email@example.com to make sure your registration was received.
If you are a K-12 Teacher or full-time graduate student wishing to take advantage of the free registrations made possible by the Fort Meigs Foundation, please register using the paper form. When filling out the form, write either "teacher" or "graduate student" in the space next to the registration categories. Return the form to Kevin Kern with any necessary payment (for membership or extra lunch tickets). We have a limited number of complimentary registrations, so please return the form as soon as possible. If no payment is included, the form can be faxed to 614-297-2567 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
April 4-5, 2014, The Ohio State University
October 19, 2012 Fall Meeting Minutes
March 30, 2012 Spring Meeting Minutes
2012 Spring Meeting Program
October 14, 2011 Fall Meeting Minutes
OAH Handbook contains procedures for officers and committees. Click on the links to download the sections in pdf format:
Preface/Table of Contents
Section 1: Executive Officers and At-Large Representatives
Section 2: Ex-Officio Officers
Section 3: Prize Committees
Section 4: Standing Committees
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