I only made it to one session today at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians. I spent the morning in the book exhibit and then attended a meeting of the OAH Committee on Communication and Marketing.
In the afternoon I was torn between a session on podcasting and a session titled “Scale and Religious Geography in Early America.” In the end I decided that I had attended to too many podcasting sessions in the last couple of years. I opted for the religious geography session and got to hear some excellent papers by three young[er] historians of early American religion: Shelby Balik, Christopher Jones, and Kyle Bulthuis. (Heather Miyano Kopelson commented and Aaron Fogelman chaired the session).
It looks like I was the only one in the room who was live-tweeting the session. The OAH has storified the tweets. You can see my thoughts there.