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Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists (CQHA): 2022 FAQs

Call for papers, program and registration information, and guidelines for presenters for the Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists.

Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I learn more about using Zoom?

See Zoom’s instructions for joining and participating in a webinar.

I can’t attend all three June virtual sessions. Should I register?

Yes! We understand that in these unusual times there are competing demands on everyone’s time and attention and you may not be able to attend every session. Yet, an engaged and active community is part of what makes CQHA great. We hope that you support this community by participating in as many CQHA 2022 virtual sessions as is possible.

Will there be recordings of  CQHA 2022 virtual sessions available to view at a later time?

In order to preserve the real-time and in-person character of a CQHA gathering, as well as to honor the work-in-progress nature of some presentations, we have elected not to make or post CQHA session recordings. We hope you will be able to join us in person at the designated times. We are also happy to help put you in touch with specific presenters, whether or not you have been able to attend their sessions. 

CQHA usually meets every other year, on the even years. How do CQHA 2022 virtual sessions affect that schedule?

We are offering virtual sessions in lieu of our usual conference this year. Virtual CQHA 2021 was a postponed version of what would have been our 2020 conference at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. We intend to return to our regular schedule and hold an in-person conference in 2024.
 

Does CQHA have a Code of Conduct?

Yes!  Please see CQHA's Code of Conduct on this website and be prepared to acknowledge it during our registration process.
 

How can I get more involved in CQHA?

CQHA is a volunteer organization run by a Steering Committee that is selected at the Business Meeting during our conference—most recently in June, 2021. If you are interested in becoming more involved, please contact us by email at quakerhistoriansandarchivists@gmail.com.