Volume 49, Number 9
Contents of the online edition
Editor: Pillarisetti Sudhir
From the President
- Historians at Work, III: Public History
By Anthony Grafton
From the Executive Director
- Historical Sensibility and Civil Society
By James Grossman
- 2011 AHA Election Results
- What's in the December AHR?
By Robert A. Schneider
- In Case You Missed It . . .
By Elisabeth Grant
- Help Shape the Next International Congress of Historical Science
By Joel Harrington
- Mapping the Contours of the History Profession: Three Perspectives
By James Grossman
- The Ecology of the History Job: Shifting Realities in a Fluid Market
By Robert B. Townsend
- The Career Question in History
By Edward J. Balleisen
- History Matters
By Alexandra M. Lord
- A Day in the Life of a Community College Professor
By Natalie Kimbrough
- Another Word on Job-Market Etiquette
By Dana M. Polanichka
The 126th Annual Meeting
The 127th Annual Meeting
- Call for Proposals: The 2013 Annual Meeting
By Paul Sutter and John McNeill
The Coalition Column
- A Well-Rounded Education: At What Price?
By Lee White
- Courage and Social Justice: History Students Engage New York's Immigrant and Refugee Communities
By Patricia Moynagh and Lori R. Weintrob
- Instilling Civic Responsibility in the Classroom
By Rebecca Bates
- Building Community to Engage Community: The College Museum as a Site of Civic Engagement
By Susan Shifrin
National History Center
- The National History Center at the Annual Meeting
By Marian J. Barber
Letters to the Editor
- On Reviewing Manuscripts
- Doing "Real Work"
- A Very Modest Proposal?
- History Is Worth Fighting For: Where Is the AHA?
- Plan B: The Debate Continues . . .
The cover shows the Smithsonian Institution's Anacostia Community Museum, in Washington, D.C. Some aspects of the intersections between historians, museums, and communities are examined in the essays by Anthony Grafton and Susan Shifrin in this issue. Photo courtesy the Smithsonian Institution.