IAH Annual Meeting Sites / Keynote Speakers

Annual Meeting Sites of the Indiana Association of Historians

Exploratory Meeting: May 20, 1980; Steering Committee Meeting, August 11, 1980

Organizational Meeting: October 31, 1980, Indiana State Library, Indianapolis

1981 Purdue University (March 13-14)

1982 IUPUI (March 5-6)

1983 Indiana University, Bloomington (March 11-12)

1984 Ball State University (March 9-10)

1985 Indiana State University (March 29-30)

1986 DePauw University (March 21-22)

1987 Franklin College (March 13-14)

1988 Notre Dame University (March 4-5)

1989 Butler University (March 3-4)

1990 Purdue University (March 9-10)

1991 Fort Wayne (March 1-2)

1992 Earlham College (February 28-29)

1993 Ball State University (February 26-27)

1994 New Harmony and University of Southern Indiana (February 25-26)

1995 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Indiana State University (February 24-25)

1996 Indiana University, Bloomington (March 1-2)

1997 Franklin College (February 21-22)

1998 DePauw University (February 27-28)

1999 Butler University (March 5-6)

2000 New Harmony (March 3-4)

2001 Purdue University (March 2-3)

2002 Indiana Historical Society (March 1-2)

2003 Earlham College and Indiana University-East, Richmond (Feb. 28-March 1)

2004 University of Indianapolis (February 27-28)

2005 Indiana Historical Society (February 26)

2006 Hanover College (February 17-18)

2007 Indiana University, Bloomington (February 23-24)

2008 IUPUI (February 22-23)

2009 The History Center, Fort Wayne (February 27-28)

2010 Anderson University (February 26-27)

2011 Indiana Historical Society (February 26)

2012 Hanover College (February 18)

2013 University of Indianapolis (March 2)

2014 Anderson University (March 8)

2015 IUPUI (February 28)

2016 Indiana University, Bloomington (February 19-20)

2017 Ivy Tech, Lafayette (February 17-18)

2018 University of Indianapolis (February 23-24)

2019 Hanover College

2020 Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Indiana Association of Historians Annual Keynote Address

(Beginning in 2001, the Robert M. Taylor, Jr. Memorial Lecture)

1981    Carl N. Degler, Stanford University

1982    William H. McNeill, University of Chicago

1983    Norman Pounds, Indiana University

1984    Joel Silbey, Cornell University

1985    Peter Gay, Yale University

1986    Mary Beth Norton, Cornell University

1987    John Blassingame, Yale University

1988    Stephen E. Ambrose, University of New Orleans

1989    Robert Darnton, Princeton University

1990    Father Francis Paul Prucha, Marquette University

1991    Leo Schelbert, University of Illinois-Chicago

1992    Alice Kessler-Harris, Rutgers University

1993    Paul M. Kennedy, Yale University

1994    Paul M. Conkin, Vanderbilt University

1995    Martin J. Sherwin, Dartmouth College

1996    Edward Linenthal, University of California-Santa Barbara

1997    Ira Berlin, University of Maryland

1998    Darlene Clark Hine, Michigan State University

1999    Paul Cohen, Wellesley College

2000    Paul Boyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2001    Blaine Brownell, President, Ball State University

2002    David Thelen, Indiana University

2003    William V. Trollinger, University of Dayton

2004    John Dittmer, DePauw University

2005    Andrew Smith, President, American Forum for Global Education

2006    Walter F. LaFeber, Cornell University

2007    Dwight Pitcaithley, New Mexico State University/National Park Service

2008    Susan Curtis, Purdue University

2009    Mark E. Neely, Jr., Pennsylvania State University

2010    Andrew R. L. Cayton, Miami University

2011    Edward O. Frantz, University of Indianapolis

2012    John R. Hale, University of Louisville

2013    Caroline E. Janney, Purdue University

2014    Lawrence Sondhaus, University of Indianapolis

2015    David Murphy, Anderson University

2016    James E. Young, University of Massachusetts

2017    Brad S. Gregory, Notre Dame University

2018    Bruce J. Schulman, Boston University