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  • Sep 29, 2016 - Five Myths about Denver, Host City to the 2017 Annual Meeting

    For the duration of the next thousand words, consider me your tour guide through the Mile High City. The majority of you will fly into Denver International Airport (DIA) so we’ll begin there, tackling myth number one in the process: that crisscrossing this great city requires a car. It does not. Downtown Denver is eminently walkable—the Brookings Institution grades it the nation’s fourth most walkable downtown—with a cannily expanding system of public transport ready to take you those places your own legs cannot. The post Five Myths about Denver, Host City to the 2017 Annual Meeting appeared first on American Historical Association. …  Learn More >

  • Sep 28, 2016 - Advocacy in Action: AHA Sends Letter to the Texas Board of Education Regarding Proposed Mexican American Studies Textbook

    On September 20, 2016, American Historical Association executive director Jim Grossman sent a letter to the Texas Board of Education expressing the Association’s “deep concern” about the textbook Mexican American Heritage, proposed to meet the state’s Mexican American Studies curriculum. On September 20, 2016, American Historical Association executive director Jim Grossman sent a letter to the Texas Board of Education expressing the Association’s “deep concern” about the textbook Mexican American Heritage, proposed to meet the state’s Mexican American Studies curriculum. The post Advocacy in Action: AHA Sends Letter to the Texas Board of Education Regarding Proposed Mexican American Studies Textbook appeared first on American Historical Association. …  Learn More >

  • Sep 27, 2016 - AHA Member Spotlight: Allison Brown

    Allison Brown is a writer and editor at the Museum of the Bible. She lives in Edmond, Oklahoma, and has been a member since 2015. Twitter handle: @allisonmbrown Alma mater/s: BA (history and political science), Oklahoma State University, 2011; MA (history of Christianity–Reformation), Wheaton College, 2015 Fields of interest: Protestant Reformation, Geneva Bible, colonial America, history of transmission and translation of the Bible When did you first develop an interest in history? My family enjoys history and I grew up visiting historical sites—especially ones related to Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery. The post AHA Member Spotlight: Allison Brown appeared first on American Historical Association. …  Learn More >

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