EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: August 20, 2019
Pre-registration August 21 - September 12, 2019
On-site registration prices effective September 13, 2019
These events are sold out.
All Tours, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The Thursday Luncheon with Jonathan Green.
The Friday Night Out in Charleston.
The ASALH Annual Convention is an occasion to explore the history and culture of Africans and people of African descent. Our convention brings together more than one thousand people, including academics, community builders, business professionals, and others, who share an abiding interest in our annual theme. For over a century, our scholarly sessions, professional workshops, and other presentations have served to analyze and illuminate the contributions of people of African descent to the world.
It’s not just a conference for academics. With more than 200 sessions, featuring members who are prominent figures in Black cultural studies, as well as scholars and students from many disciplines, we will all learn much from the presentations.
Our historically rich conference program now includes a Film Festival and other presentations that analyze and illuminate a critical theme in the Black experience. Sessions will be on the theme and many aspects of black life, history, and culture.
ABOUT THE THEME
The 2019 theme, “Black Migrations,”
Read more at www.asalh.org
Volunteer for the Conference
ASALH depends on a dedicated team of volunteers to support the conference. Conference attendees and interested individuals locally and nationally are encouraged to volunteer. If you are interested in hearing more about our volunteer opportunities please contact Gwendy Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for volunteer roles and to sign up online.
Photo Release: ASALH and its legal representatives and assigns, retain the right and permission to publish, without charge, photographs taken during this event. These photographs may be used in publications, including electronic publications, or in audio-visual presentations, promotional literature, advertising, or in other similar ways.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (EIN: 53-0219640) is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) organization. Contributions to ASALH are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.