Programs & Events

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Everyday Life in Colonial America

John Demos Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Revolutionary America

Denver Brunsman Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Native Americans in American History

Colin G. Calloway Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Rehearsal for Equality: American Women from the Revolution to Seneca Falls

Carol Berkin Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Slavery, Abolition, and Their Afterlives in the Long Nineteenth Century

Manisha Sinha Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The West and the American Nation

Elliott West Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The American Civil War — Its Enduring Meaning

Allen C. Guelzo Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass

David W. Blight Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Changing Supreme Court: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Bruce Allen Murphy Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Immigrants and Refugees in US History

Mae M. Ngai Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Presidency of Franklin Roosevelt

Eric Rauchway Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-July 22: The Vietnam War

Robert K. Brigham Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

3-Day Regional (New York, NY), July 13-15: 9-11 and American Memory

Edward T. Linenthal Location: National September 11 Memorial and Museum In Partnership with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Hingham, MA), June 22-24: The Early American Republic, 1787-1808

Andrew W. Robertson Location: Hingham Historical Society In partnership with the Hingham Historical Society Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Tampa, FL), July 13-15: The American Civil War: Origins and Consequences

Gary W. Gallagher Location: David A. Straz Center for the Performing Arts Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Washington, DC), July 13-15: American Protest Literature: Thomas Paine to the Present

John Stauffer Location: George Washington University Learn More »

6-Day, June 14-19: Presidents at War: McKinley to Obama

Jeffrey Engel Location: Southern Methodist University In Partnership with the Center for Presidential History, Southern Methodist University Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: America in the Age of Discovery, 1492-1620

Peter Mancall and Robert C. Ritchie Location: University of Southern California In Partnership with the University of Southern California Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: The Global Cold War

Daniel Sargent Location: USS Midway Museum In Partnership with the USS Midway Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 5-10: The Civil Rights Movement

Charles McKinney Location: National Civil Rights Museum In Partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 12-17: World War I and Its Consequences

Jay Winter Location: National WWI Museum and Memorial In Partnership with the National WWI Museum and Memorial Learn More »

6-Day, June 21-26: New Orleans and the World in Motion

Justin A. Nystrom Location: Historic New Orleans Collection In Partnership with the Historic New Orleans Collection Learn More »

6-Day, June 21-26: Lincoln Speaks: Words That Transformed a Nation

Michael Burlingame Location: Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum In partnership with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 5-10: The Presidency of Ronald Reagan and Its Legacy

Barbara A. Perry Location: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library In partnership with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: The Story of World War II

Donald L. Miller Location: The National WWII Museum In Partnership with the National World War II Museum Learn More »