Since 1960, the Arizona History Convention has provided a forum for the dissemination of original research and the discussion of topics in Arizona history. Held annually at rotating sites throughout the state, anyone interested in the history of Arizona, the Southwest, or the borderlands region is encouraged to attend. The Convention offers an excellent space for professional historians, graduate students, avocational historians, and anyone interested in history to meet, present their research, and discuss the important topics of Arizona’s past.
The Arizona History Convention, Inc., a 501(c)(3), is funded solely by donations, grants, and registration fees.
Sponsors of the Arizona History Convention are very important. We want to acknowledge the following organizations for their continuing support: Arizona Historical Society, Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records, Arizona State Parks, Arizona State University, Friends of The Journal of Arizona History, Heard Museum, Northern Arizona University, Salt River Project, Sharlot Hall Museum, True West Magazine, University of Arizona.