First Task Complete! June Roundup of AHA Reads
AHA Activities, Perspectives Daily
Laura Ansley | Jul 1, 2022
Find out what AHA members, Council, and staff have been reading to fulfill the AHA Summer Reading Challenge.
What I Wish I Had Known: Gender Transition during Grad School
Mark Mulligan | Jun 29, 2022
As he nears the end of his PhD program, a transgender historian shares his experiences and offers advice to other trans students.
Title IX at 50: Approaches to Women’s Sports History
Bonnie J. Morris | Jun 23, 2022
After 25 years teaching the history of women's athletics, Bonnie J. Morris has suggestions for how to incorporate the history of Title IX into history classrooms.
We Have Always Been Global: Tribal Nations in the Democratic Slide
Noah Ramage | Jun 21, 2022
In the 19th century, Native American nations were early pioneers in constitutional democracy.
AHA Member Spotlight: Lynn Weiner
Matthew Keough | Jun 30, 2022
Lynn Weiner is a professor emerita of History at Roosevelt University. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois, and has been a member since 1980.
AHA Member Spotlight: Norman Etherington
Matthew Keough | Jun 22, 2022
Norman Etherington is an emeritus professor at the University of Western Australia. He lives in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, and has been a member since 1975.
AHA Member Spotlight: Victoria Phillips
Matthew Keough | Jun 16, 2022
Victoria Phillips is a global fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC. She lives in Cheltenham, United Kingdom, and has been a member since 2006.
AHA Member Spotlight: John D. Wong
Matthew Keough | Jun 9, 2022
John D. Wong is an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong. He lives in Hong Kong and has been a member since 2012.
Leland Renato Grigoli | Jun 8, 2022
Why can't historians make headway in countering abuses of historical fact?