In the May 2014 issue of Perspectives on History, we cover a major exhibition of Byzantine art that traveled to the National Gallery, is now at the Getty Villa, and will be at the Art Institute of Chicago in The post Icon of the Crucifixion at the Getty Villa appeared first on American Historical Association.… Learn More >
Each week we scour the web for interesting and historic documents that catch our eye, make us think or simply make us laugh. Title: White House Easter egg roll. Date: 1889. Caption: “Children and adults on grounds of the White The post Flashback Friday: Eggcellent White House Easter appeared first on American Historical Association.… Learn More >
Today’s What We’re Reading features rare civil rights era photos, a “crisis of mediocre teaching,” the pitfalls of big data, and much more! History Links Food Historian Savors Washington’s Culinary Heritage Roll Call features our own Amanda Moniz (assistant director The post What We’re Reading: April 17, 2014 appeared first on American Historical Association.… Learn More >
Introducing AHA Communities: An Online Hub for Historians
We are proud to launch AHA Communities, a new platform for online communication and collaboration. Our goal is that AHA Communities will serve as a new space for the history community to connect, share ideas, discuss professional and theoretical issues, and take advantage of the digital tools AHA Communities has to offer.
JPASS Discount Now Available for AHA Members
Members of the American Historical Association are able to purchase a 1-year JPASS access plan for $99-a 50% discount on the listed rate. JPASS includes unlimited reading and 120 article downloads-not only to the American Historical Review but to more than 1,500 humanities, social science, and science journals in the JSTOR archival collections.
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The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Project, located at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, is seeking a historian to document the operational phase of HST, which was launched in April 1990 and remains t…
Oberlin College. Full-time, noncontinuing position beginning first semester of 2014-15 academic year. Subfields within early modern or modern periods are open. Five courses including a two-semester su…
The Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University invites applications for a tenured position in the area of race, or ethnicity, and public policy. Applications are encouraged from all relevant d…
Thank You For Attending
Thank you to all who attended the AHA annual meeting. It was nice to see old friends and meet first time attendees. For many of us, this is the one time during the year that we get to meet face to face. It is a valuable opportunity for all.
For those who could not attend the meeting, we have archived some of the popular conversations and social media interactions and presented them in a coherent social media narrative of the meeting. In addition to our social media story, visit AHA Today for live blogging and media coverage of the meeting, and our 128th annual meeting YouTube channel for video coverage.