The American Historical Association (AHA) has appointed Alex Lichtenstein as editor of the American Historical Review (AHR), beginning August 2017. “Professor Lichtenstein brings energy and insight to the editorial direction of the American Historical Review,” AHA president Pat Manning said of the appointment. “The AHA Council looks forward to working with him, the journal staff, and [the AHR editorial] board in charting the future of the premier historical journal.” Alex Lichtenstein Alex Lichtenstein is professor of history at Indiana University, where he teaches US and South African history. The post Alex Lichtenstein to Serve as Next Editor of the American Historical Review appeared first on American Historical Association. … Learn More >
Raphael Cassimere Jr. is the Seraphia D. Leyda University Professor emeritus at the University of New Orleans. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has been a member since 1977. Alma mater/s: BA, University of New Orleans, 1966; MA, University of New Orleans, 1968; PhD, Lehigh University, 1971 Fields of interest: African American, Louisiana, US constitutional Describe your career path. What led you to where you are today? I spent two years as a premed major, but always took a history course. The post AHA Member Spotlight: Raphael Cassimere Jr. appeared first on American Historical Association. … Learn More >
By Matthew Dallek “Wake up every one of you to the two fronts on which our defense must be built!” -Eleanor Roosevelt, 1940 As of this writing, according to the latest polls, Hillary Clinton is poised to become the next president of the United States. Amid the onslaught of news coverage given to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, however, too little attention has been paid to the demands sure to face “a progressive who likes to get things done” (Clinton’s words) once she steps through the doors of the Oval Office in January. The post The Liberal Dilemma: Can the New President Achieve Both Guns and Butter? appeared first on American Historical Association. … Learn More >
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