The American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting 2022

Indigenous women carrying flowers and walking down a sidewalk.

Annual Meeting and Events

The American Society for Ethnohistory (ASE) is the preeminent international organization in its field. Representing multiple disciplines—cultural anthropology, history, American Indian studies, archaeology, ecology, linguistics, and related fields—the society is committed to creating a more inclusive picture of the histories of native groups.

The 2022 annual meeting will take place in a hybrid format with in-person and virtual events on September 7-10th. The conference will be hosted by the University of Kansas' Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies with funding provided by the U.S. Department of Education National Resource Center grant.

Please refer to the menu pages to the right to find more information about the Indigenous Art Exhibit, Excursion to Quindaro Township, Reception, Transportation and more.


Printed programs will be available at the registration table in the Big 12 room (5th floor) of the Kansas Memorial Union. Are you interested in a digital version? Click to download.

Virtual Rooms

Each meeting room (Jayhawk, Kansas, English) will have a zoom meeting set up for the whole day. Presenters/Panelists will be able to log into the appropriate room to present their paper and to be available for questions. If virtual presenters/panelists wish to attend other sessions virtually they may log into the appropriate room. We ask that if you are only virtually attending a session that you are not presenting in, then please mute your microphone and video. Sessions will not be recorded.