Grad Conference

Welcome to the APHI grad conference page, where you can find information about the 9th Annual Graduate Student Conference in American Political History, including a program of events, conference flyer, and conference papers (password protected) once they become available. This year’s theme is “The Public-Private Divide in American History” and will feature keynote speaker Kim Phillips-Fein (NYU).

2017 APHI Keynote Address Poster

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APHI 2017 Program

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Travel Information

Transportation to Boston

Boston University is located on the “B” Green line near Kenmore Square.  The MBTA extensively covers the Boston metropolitan area, making travel around the city and its suburbs easy and quick.  For a map and more information see:  http://www.mbta.com/schedules_and_maps/subway/

By Plane: 

Boston University is easily accessible from Logan Airport by the Metro System.  Once you arrive in at Logan, take a shuttle labeled “Blue Line” to the blue line metro station and get on an inbound train.  Take the inbound train to the “Government Center” stop and there you will switch to the green line.  Take the “B” Green line outbound, this line will be labeled destination “Boston College.”   Take this train to the Boston University East Exit.

By train or bus:

Boston University is easily accessible from South Station, where both trains and buses arrive.  A variety of bus and train lines travel to Boston from New York, Providence, and many other cities.  Once you arrive at South Station, get on the red metro line and take two stops to Park Street Station.  There you will switch to the green “B” line outbound to Boston College.  Take this train to the Boston University East Exit.

If you would like information about a nearby hotel, please email us or contact the Hotel Buckminster at http://www.bostonhotelbuckminster.com