Kosher meals will be prepared by the Hilton San Diego Bayfront under the supervision of Rabbi Yossi Tiefenbrun and the Vaad Harabonim of San Diego. The deadline to reserve meals has passed.
Deadline to apply: Friday, September 6.
Getting to and around San Diego, what's available near the conference: groceries, kosher restaurants, synagogues, things to do.
Details about special events at the conference including the plenary, workshops, and tours.
In coordination with AJS, the Jewish Book Council's Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature invites you to display your 2019 book in their dedicated booth in the Exhibit Hall of the 51st Annual AJS Conference.
AJS policy forbids the use of private guest rooms for the scheduling of interviews with attendees at our conference. The AJS will provide for a modest fee meeting room space where interviews can be conducted in a dignified and comfortable manner.
A collection of resources for conference preparation on subjects including giving exciting talks, making the most of the conference, conference roles, interviewing, pitching books, and preparing conference proposals and abstracts.