Thousands of historians have converged on New York City this week for the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (and other history-related meetings).
I arrived in New York this afternoon, checked into my hotel, and headed straight to 30 Rockefeller Plaza where I chatted with NBC News Now anchor Alison Morris about the “Evangelicals for Trump” rally in Miami. (The video is not yet available).
After the interview I went back to my hotel and watched some of Trump’s speech in Miami and then attended the dinner board meeting of the Conference on Faith and History (CFH). There are lot of good things happening in the CFH these days. Stay tuned. The Call for Papers for our 2020 Fall meeting at Baylor University in Waco will be released soon.
Tomorrow I am going to finally register for the AHA conference, spend some time in the book exhibit, and attend a breakfast and two sessions sponsored by the CFH.
If you could not make it to the conference this year, we’ve got you covered here at The Way of Improvement Leads Home. We have several great correspondents reporting from the floor of the conference.
More to come…