Venue Changed for Joint Journalism History Conference: JJCHC Set for University of Maryland, College Park, on March 15, 2024

Heavy Construction at New York University Forces Conference Move to Washington, D.C., Area

The 2024 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference, previously scheduled at New York University, has been moved to the University of Maryland in College Park. The conference date remains the same – March 15.

New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute recently informed conference organizers it just learned that loud, heavy construction would be taking place in the venue on the conference date, and that, unfortunately, the construction could not be canceled or changed.

The University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism has stepped up to ensure that the conference can be held this year. College Park, just outside Washington, D.C., is also home to National Archives II, a key research site for historians.

Questions?

Contact committee co-chairs Ray Begovich of the University of Indianapolis, begovichr@uindy.edu; Theresa Russell-Loretz of Millersville University, theresa.russell-loretz@millersville.edu; Rob Wells of the University of Maryland, robwells@umd.edu.

2024 Joint Conference

When: Friday, March 15, 2024
Where: Philip Merrill College of Journalism,Knight Hall, University of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742

The  Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference will be held in person, in College Park, Md. The conference fee is $80, including a boxed lunch. Registration for currently enrolled graduate students is free, with an optional lunch fee of $30. Lunch orders will be taken closer to the conference date. 

The submission deadline for papers, panels, and research in progress proposals is Jan.19, 2024. Please see the proposal call here.

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