Association of SDA Historians

An organization founded in San Francisco on Dec. 28, 1973, designed, according to its constitution, to “provide intellectual and social fellowship among its members, encourage scholarly pursuits in all the historical disciplines, identify Seventh-day Adventist teachers of history both within and without the church’s educational system as well as researchers and graduate students working in historical fields, [and] acquaint others with our contributions as historians.” The association meets annually in conjunction with the convention of the Organization of American Historians. Its newsletter and directory have provided members with networking information about fellow historians.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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