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AHA Supports Visas for Cuban Scholars to Attend LASA Conference
By Kenneth Pomeranz
The following letter was submitted to the United States Secretary of State, John Kerry, in support to facilitate visas for Cuban scholars to attend the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) conference. Read more...
TED Talks You Should Be Watching
By Jennifer Reut
We know TED as the slightly hipper-than-thou conference of short public talks about ideas and innovation with a high WOW quotient. With its strong focus on science and technology and, to a lesser extent, art and education, it can sometimes be hard for historians to find themselves and their concerns reflected. To help out, we’ve culled the TED archives to find 10 talks that historians should at least know about, and maybe even watch. Read more...
Historians Discuss Immigration Reform on Capitol Hill
By Allen Mikaelian
Yesterday, a short distance from the AHA offices, supporters of immigration reform marched on the National Mall, as a bipartisan group of eight senators continue deliberations that have been alternately described as “stuck,” “close,” “virtually complete,” or “about to get serious.” Read more...
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Theme for the 128th Annual Meeting: Disagreement, Debate, Discussion
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