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Association of Ancient Historians

2023 Annual Meeting

Florida State University

Tallahassee, FL

April 20-22

Preliminary Information

The 2023 Annual Meeting of the Association of Ancient Historians will take place in person at Florida State University, in Tallahassee, Florida.

All paper sessions are plenary and open to all registered conference attendees. While presentations will be in person, conference panels and lectures will be live-streamed.

The Association of Ancient Historians adopts and adheres to the AHA Statement on Standards of Professional Conduct and Code of Professional Conduct at Officially Sanctioned AHA Activities (2019), and shall adopt and adhere to amendments and changes to these policies by the American Historical Association in the future.

For more information, please contact 2023AAH@gmail.com.

FSU Land Acknowledgement (link)

Florida State University acknowledges that its Florida campuses are located on the ancestral and traditional homelands of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, the Apalachee, Seminole and Muscogee Nations, the ancient Calusa, Uzita and Tocobaga, and others. We pay respect to the resiliency of their tribal members, past and present, and to all Indigenous peoples.

The University honors its unique and collaborative friendship with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, together paying tribute to the Tribe’s great history and rich culture. We encourage all to learn about the significance of Indigenous peoples in this region and throughout the nation. With a collective knowledge of the past, we are inspired to teach, live, and support a future that empowers all individuals.

Many thanks to our event supporters, the Department of Classics (Florida State University), the College of Arts & Sciences (Florida State University), the Office of the Vice President for Research (Florida State University), and the Department of History (University of North Florida).