"Wondering, Witness/Worship, and War: Historical Encounters between the Episcopal and Anglican Church and Indigenous Peoples in North America"
June 14- 17, 2016, Oneida, Wisconsin.
The 2016 Conference saw over 100 attendees from 22 U.S. States, 3 Canadian Provinces and 3 countries. It was held from Tuesday, June 14th through Friday, June 17th in Oneida (Green Bay), Wisconsin. It examined the historical relationship between the Episcopal and Anglican Church with Indigenous Peoples in North America.
The 2007 Tri-History Conference was held June 24-27 in Williamsburg, Virginia with the theme "Legacies and Promise:400 Years of Anglican/Episcopal History."
June 20-23, 2004. A Joint Lutheran/Episcopalian Meeting.
(ENS) The triennial Anglican/Episcopal Church History Conference, commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (SPG), will be held June 23-27, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The event is hosted by Trinity College and Wycliffe College of the University of Toronto and is sponsored by the Canadian Church Historical Society, Episcopal Women's History Project, Historical Society of the Episcopal Church USA, and National Episcopal Historians and Archivists. The conference will explore Christian traditions in a variety of cultures and their historical changes from a number of perspectives. Some 30 scholars from four countries will deliver papers around the following themes:
Episcopal News Service
The Third Biennial Conference on the History of the Episcopal Church will meet [in New Orleans], June 21-24,  taking as its overall theme "The Episcopal Church and American Culture". Co-sponsors of the event are the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, National Episcopal Historians' Association, and Episcopal Women's History Project. Among the scheduled events will be an address on "The Episcopal Church in the Deep South" by Bishop Girault M. Jones, workshops on writing parish histories and the relevance of denominational histories, and lectures on "Church and Race in the South since 1950," "The Role of Women in the Episcopal Church in Victorian America," and "The Church Congress Movement."