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Information & Accommodations

Please join us at the 110th annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, Seeing History: Traces and Representations of the Past, to be held on the campus of California State University, Northridge, August 3rd through 5th.

More than 200 scholars will present their research on a wide range of historical topics. The meeting will also feature the annual Latina/o Scholars Luncheon and the Western Association of Women Historians Luncheon and an address by Pacific Coast Branch President Katherine Morrissey of the University of Arizona.

Accommodation Options

Option A: On–Campus

Some on–campus housing will be available. The rates for on–campus apartments will be:

  • $33 per night for double occupancy
    (Double occupancy is two people assigned to a bedroom with one or two participants assigned to the other bedroom in the apartment);
  • $48 per night for single occupancy
    (Single occupancy is one person assigned to a bedroom with one or two other participants assigned to the other bedroom in the apartment;
  • $96 per night for a single alone in a full apartment)
    (Single Alone in Full Apartment occupancy is one person assigned to a bedroom and no other person(s) assigned to the other bedroom in the apartment).

Parking is available on campus by permit only and must be purchased daily. Parking costs $8 per day and can be purchased from campus dispensers using credit cards or cash. Parking is enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Please contact the Executive Director if you have questions about on–campus accommodations.

Conference suites are two–bedroom apartments that accommodate up to four guests. Each apartment has a living room, full bathroom and private balcony. All apartments are furnished with beds, desks, sofas, tables and chairs. Most apartments have a kitchen. All apartments have air conditioning and wireless Internet. Laundry facilities are available in the lobby of each building. A fitness club is available for a fee per visit.

Guests are responsible for abiding by the rules that benefit conference participants and the residential community. The Regulations for Conference Guest Conduct page explains policies on alcohol, computer use, weapons, quiet hours, room principles, safety and security.

Option B: Off–Campus

Conference attendees may also decide to pursue off–campus housing options. A block of rooms is available at a special rate ($165/night) at Staybridge Suites Hotel. Ask for the PCB–AHA rate when making a reservation.

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Alternatively, you may call: 818–773–0707.

The cut–off date is July 5.

Option C: Other Accommodations

There are a number of nearby motels/hotels offering rooms at a range of prices. Nearby motels/hotels (from low to high prices) include:

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