We provide forums for a rich variety of scholarship on early America.
The Institute’s annual June conference is a major meeting for scholars of early America. The content of each meeting is handled by a program committee charged with privileging new ideas and interpretations over well-worn topics. Junior as well as senior scholars present their work and care is taken to keep the meeting and accommodations affordable for graduate students.
Smaller conferences usually scheduled each Fall and held inside and outside of the United States all have distinct topical foci. These events are developed by scholars in the field and offer opportunities for the Institute to partner with other organizations.
June 18–21, 2015
Kristina Bross and Eric Slauter
October 16–18, 2015
Emerging Histories of the Early Modern French Atlantic
June 23–26, 2016
22nd Annual Institute Conference
Steven Bullock, Paul Erickson and Wilhelm Klooster
October 6–8, 2016
Region and Nation in American Histories of Race and Slavery
Mount Vernon, Virginia
A Call for Papers will be published later this summer.
23rd Annual Institute Conference
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Dates and details will be available later this summer.
24th Annual Institute Conference
In honor of our 75th anniversary, the Twenty-Fourth Annual Omohundro Institute Conference will convene at our home base in Williamsburg, Virginia, on the campus of the College of William & Mary in June 2018.
Dates and details TBA.