*Update Spring 2020:
Due to COVID-19, UNC Press discontinued all Press travel starting in mid March. Though we won’t see you in person, we’re creating virtual booths you can visit from your very own quarantine location. Special features include audio and video with Press editors and our authors. You’ll find links to our online exhibits in the list below.
For up-to-date information on UNC Press travel and operations, please see our COVID-19 Operations Status page.
Events below marked with ** indicate UNC Press will no longer be attending.
Each year the University of North Carolina Press attends scholarly meetings throughout North America. Stop by the UNC Press booth to browse, to buy, or to speak to one of our acquisition editors or staff. We look forward to meeting you.
You can now order UNC Press books online and still get the conference discount. Just enter the Promotion Code from the order form at checkout. Same conference discount, always free U.S. shipping, no expiration date.
American Historical Association
January 3-6 New York, NY
Modern Language Association
January 9-12 Seattle, WA
March 4-7 San Antonio, TX
African American Intellectual History Society
March 6-7 Austin, TX
American Society for Environmental History**
March 25-29 Ottawa
Browse our ASEH virtual exhibit
Organization of American Historians**
April 2-5 Washington, DC
Browse our OAH virtual exhibit
Society for Military History**
April 30 – May 3 Arlington, VA
Browse our SMH virtual exhibit
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association**
May 7-9 Toronto
Browse our NAISA virtual exhibit
American Association for the History of Medicine**
May 7-10 Ann Arbor, MI
Browse our AAHM virtual exhibit
Latin American Studies Association**
May 13-16 Guadalajara
Browse our LASA virtual exhibit
Berkshire Conference of Women Historians
May 28-31 Baltimore, MD
Browse our Berks virtual exhibit
Society of Civil War Historians
June 4-6 Raleigh, NC
Browse our SCWH virtual exhibit
Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
June 18-20 New Orleans, LA
Browse our SHAFR virtual exhibit