#MHA2017: Conference Program and Registration Available

By March 5, 2017

Please read this post from Mormon History Association Director Rob Racker. Be sure to register for the conference, book your hotel, and consider a donation to the student travel fund!

Panoramic image of St. Louis downtown with Gateway Arch at twilight.

Panoramic image of St. Louis downtown with Gateway Arch at twilight.

Dear Members and Friends of Mormon History Association:

You are invited to preregister and attend the Mormon History Association’s 52nd Annual Conference in the historic St Charles area of St Louis MO. We hope that you will be able to attend what promises to be an exciting event.

A copy of the preliminary conference program can be viewed HERE .

The conference registration link is here:  HERE or go to: http://www.cvent.com/d/zvqyg3

Be sure to arrive on Wednesday night to take advantage of the pre-conference tours and to join the fun at the opening reception Thursday night!

For your conference lodging, make your reservations at the St Charles Embassy Suites , directly adjacent to the conference venue. You can book a room in MHA’s block for $135/night plus tax. This rate is discounted over $94 from the normal Embassy Suites rate and will be available to MHA for 2 days before and 2 days after the conference. If you prefer to call them call (800)916-1392 to make reservations. Be sure to say you’re with Mormon History Association to get the discounted rate.

Remember:

  • Online conference pre-registration begins on March 3, 2017, and closes on May 20, 2017. (Registration fees increase after May 6, 2017.) On-site registration at the St Charles Convention Ctr begins on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 after 3:00 pm and continues early the next morning prior to the tours.
  • Rooms at the St Charles Embassy Suites (reserved for MHA participants) will be released to the general public after May 12, 2017. This link will take you to the hotel registration for MHA members HERE.
  • All presenters (speakers, chairs, and commentators) must be current members of MHA and registered for the conference.

Our membership year runs from January to December. If you have not renewed your 2017 membership please support MHA by doing so now at http://www.press.uillinois.edu/journals/jmh/subscription.html. If you have questions about membership levels, prices or if your membership being current, please call (866) 244-0626 or email our membership partner at UIP at: journals@uillinois.edu.

Please encourage and invite your friends to join you at this year’s conference. and post your actions on social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at the 52nd annual Mormon History Association conference in “St Louie” in early June!

Warmly,

Rob Racker
MHA Executive Director

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