Rethinking How We Train Historians: University of Michigan and the USHMM Collaborate on a Pedagogical Experiment
Rita Chin | Jan 21, 2020
One way of encouraging career diversity in graduate programs? Embedding it into your course offerings.
"A Great Tradition That Was Not Ours": Oxford’s First Generation of Women Graduates Find a Place in the World
Elyse Martin | Jan 22, 2020
A new book on Dorothy L. Sayers and her college friends sheds light on the place of professional women in UK society in the early 20th century.
History Enrollments Hold Steady as Department Efforts Intensify: Results of the 2019 AHA Enrollment Survey
Julia Brookins and Emily Swafford | Jan 15, 2020
The results of the AHA's annual enrollments survey reflect wider efforts to articulate the value of the humanities.
The Job of the Academic Market
Rebecca S. Wingo | Jan 14, 2020
How much time does the academic job market take for the applicant? One historian adds up the hours.
Samantha Stearns | Jan 17, 2020
An eighth grade social studies teacher reflects on how pursuing a master's degree in history has reinvigorated her work in the classroom.
AHA Member Spotlight: Marc S. Rodriguez
Matthew Keough | Jan 16, 2020
Marc S. Rodriguez is a professor and journal editor at Portland State University. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and has been a member since 1993.
Laura Ansley | Jan 13, 2020
In 2020, changes are coming.
Research Access and Scholarly Equity
James Grossman and Becky Nicolaides | Jan 10, 2020
How can we help all historians get the access to research materials that they need?
Mary Lindemann | Dec 31, 2019
Nurturing community is a big part of what the AHA does.