September 30-October 1
North Park University
*Registration Required: All individuals whose proposals are accepted for the 2015 OEH Program are required to register for the conference. Preregistration runs until August 1, 2015. After that date, ONLY On-Site Conference Registration will be accepted. Please copy and distribute to colleagues and students
Conference Location: Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Chicago – River North, 30 E. Hubbard Street, Chicago IL 60611, Web Address: www.marriott.com/CHIWB. Please make your reservations for the meeting directly with Marriott reservations at 1 800-228-9290 or (312) 329-2500 or electronically through a link on www.edhistorians.org by September 1, 2015. If calling, please mention you are booking your room or rooms for the Organization of Educational Historians at the special conference rate of $185 per night plus applicable taxes (available September 23-26; Wednesday-Saturday nights). A limited number of rooms will be available for Saturday night at the conference room rate—to get the special rate, Saturday room reservations must be made at the time you reserve your regular conference rooms. Please book early because rooms at the conference rate are booked on a first-come, first-serve basis.
*Registration Required: All individuals whose proposals are accepted for the 2015 OEH Program are required to register for the conference. Preregistration runs until August 1, 2015. After that date, ONLY On-Site Conference Registration will be accepted.
Please feel free to copy and distribute to colleagues and students
ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORIANS
2015 Annual Meeting
September 25-26, 2015,
Courtyard by Marriot, Chicago, IL
At the 2015 meeting, OEH celebrates its 50th anniversary of its inception (formerly known as the Midwest History of Education Society). This year’s theme focuses on educational histories and historians whom have influenced our research interests. All proposals were welcome, but we particularly encouraged submissions reflecting the educators who have changed our lives via autobiographies, biographies, and story telling.
Dr. William H. Schubert, Emeritus
University of Illinois at Chicago