Instructions for adding tours and events to an existing registration are available here. If you have questions about registration, please contact Anne Bird or call 312.573.1365.

Booking is open at the headquarters hotel, Omni Providence – BOOK HERE

SOLD OUT Tours & Programs
  • TR09 Before Antoinette: African-American Sites along Benefit Street
  • TR10 The Stones of Providence



Early Registration Rate
January 8–February 19
Standard Rate
From February 20
SAH Member  $275 $350
Student SAH Member  $145 $220
SAH New England Chapter Member*  $391 $466
Non-Member*  $420 $495
Student Non-Member*  $210

* Includes a 1-year electronic membership. Contact to upgrade to an electronic/print membership. 
Registration includes: printed program book, attendee badge, conference attendee roster, and access to all paper sessions and roundtables, Opening Social Hour, SAH Business Meeting, Introductory Address, SAH Awards Ceremony, Plenary Talk, and exhibit area.


Onsite purchase only. Limit 1 Day Rate per person (Thursday OR Friday).
SAH Member $180
Student SAH Member
Non-Member*   $325
Student Non-Member*   $195

* Includes a 1-year electronic membership. Contact to upgrade to an electronic/print membership. 
Day Rate includes: access to all paper sessions and roundtables for Day Rate purchased (either Thursday or Friday)


The following ticketed events and items may be purchased upon registration, at an additional cost:
Conference Tours*  (Wednesday–Sunday) $20–$75 
Pre-Conference Workshop* (Wednesday)  $40
Graduate Student Book Group (Wednesday)  Free
Graduate Student Coffee with Joan Ockman (Thursday)  Free
SAH Awards Reception (Thursday)
Graduate Student Reception (Friday)   Free
SAH Providence Seminar* (Saturday)
GAHTC Teaching the Global Workshop (Saturday)  Free
SAH Closing Night Event* (Saturday)  $70
Book of Abstracts**   $25

*Registration for these events opens to the public on February 20, 2019.
**Printed books of abstracts will be shipped prior to the conference. International shipping (outside US, Canada, and Mexico) at additional cost. 


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for its operating support.
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