Taking this post by Kieran Healy as inspiration, I have created the unofficial 2013 AHA Bingo Card™ for the New Orleans conference in January. I would like to thank the following historians who contributed submissions: Joe Adelman, Maura Cunningham, Rachel Herrmann, Kate Jewell, John Garrison Marks, Tara Mitchell Mielnik, and Michelle Moravec.
16 August 2012
AHA Bingo for 2013 Meeting in New Orleans
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