AASLH Conversations

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis in our local communities, country, and world. Many are seeking answers and guidance during this time, and AASLH has been listening to the concerns from the history community. In response, we are offering more online content including the new AASLH Conversations webinar series. While no one has all the answers, we hope these topic-focused conversations will provide a space to share ideas to help us all keep moving forward.

We know many organizations are facing financial strain due to the pandemic, so we developed AASLH Conversations with that in mind. We have drastically reduced the registration fee and are also providing a special promo code to waive the registration fee completely. 

The AASLH Conversations webinar series has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

Live Webinars

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Recorded Webinars

Recorded Webinar: AASLH Conversations: Stepping into the Profession
RECORDED ON JAN. 29, 2021 | Stepping into the Profession: Enhancing Internships and Independent Study through Best-Practices Training for Historical Administration is an AASLH webinar. In this webinar, you will learn how three Public History program directors are incorporating STEPS into their coursework and internships to provide students broader perspectives as well as hands-on projects working with local history organizations. The webinar will specifically help in planning summer internships.
Recorded Webinar: AASLH Conversations: Black Lives Matter and (the American) Revolution
RECORDED ON AUG. 21, 2020 | AASLH Conversations: Black Lives Matter and (the American) Revolution is an AASLH webinar. In this webinar, Michelle Lanier (North Carolina Division of State Historic Sites and Properties), Noelle Trent (The National Civil Rights Museum), and Steve Murray (Alabama Department of Archives & History) will consider the big issues of inclusive history and the Semiquincentennial.
Recorded Webinar: AASLH Conversations: Monuments and Memory
RECORDED ON JUL. 9, 2020 | AASLH Conversations: Monuments and Memory is an AASLH webinar. In this webinar, Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders of the University of Dayton, Estevan Rael-Galvez of Creative Strategies 360°, and Todd Groce of the Georgia Historical Society address the connections between the current wave of protests and the nation's rapidly changing commemorative landscape.