UPDATE: The conference hotel (Seaport Hotel, see below - there may still be cancellations, so it's possible that odd rooms become available; however, it is not likely) is now full, so the attendees should seek alternative accommodations in Boston. To assist in this regard, the EHA has reserved additional rooms (15 in total) at a nearby hotel at the same nightly rate ($189). The overflow hotel is Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel. The deadline to make a reservation is August 26, 2011.
Economic History Association Meetings Coordinator: Jari Eloranta, Ph.D
Appalachian State University, Department of History
224 Joyce Lawrence Lane
Anne Belk Hall, Boone, NC 28608, USA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (828) 262-6006 Economic History Association Executive Director:
The Economic History Association will hold its 71st Annual Meeting at the Seaport Hotel on September 9-11, 2011. We hope to welcome over 200 participants, including top scholars in the fields of history, economics, and political science, from around the world. We invite you to participate in our tabletop book exhibit, or advertise in our printed program or provide an insert for our registration packets.