A reminder that the online Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists begins next week June 24–26! This conference is usually held in person so this is an exciting opportunity for everyone to attend online. If you haven’t yet registered, you can do so here.

The virtual conference will meet 11:00–4:00pm EDT each day via Zoom and includes presentation sessions as well as online cafe gatherings before, between, or after core sessions to provide opportunities for discussion.

Presentations at CQHA, organized into thematic sessions, address aspects of Quaker history across all time periods and locations. Since this year’s program builds on the postponed 2020 conference that would have taken place at Earlham College in Indiana, CQHA is pleased to include several presentations related to Quakers and the American Midwest. In addition, they have been able to take advantage of the virtual format to invite colleagues from several continents to participate in a series of special sessions on historiography and archives in Quaker historical studies. The full CQHA program is available here.

If you have any questions about the conference, you can check the CQHA questions page, or contact conference organizers at [email protected]

See you there!

1910 Postcard of Lindley Hall at Earlham College, Indiana. Image courtesy of the Indiana Historical Society.

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