Making a People’s History: Community Archives and Movement Activism in Arkansas
Acadia Roher | Sep 16, 2019
Documenting grassroots organizing in the South, a graduate student helps bridge generational divides.
Experiential Education and Classrooms on Wheels: The Omnibus College’s Road to Knowledge
Karen Sieber | Sep 3, 2019
In the 1920s and '30s, students could earn college credit on cross-country treks to historic sites and natural wonders.
Statement from the AHA on Domestic Terrorism, Bigotry, and History
American Historical Association | Aug 26, 2019
AHA Interviews, Good Intentions, and Unexpected Consequences
From the President
John R. McNeill | Aug 28, 2019
What will happen now that the AHA will no longer host job interviews at its annual meeting?
AHA Member Spotlight: Terrance L. Lewis
Matthew Keough | Sep 20, 2019
Terrance L. Lewis is an associate professor at Winston-Salem State University. He lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and has been a member since the early 1980s.
Grant of the Week: APS Phillips Fund for Native American Research
Karen Lou | Sep 17, 2019
The American Philosophical Society is now accepting applications for the Phillips Fund.
“What Changed” in Social Studies Education
Samantha Stearns | Jul 30, 2019
Experienced college professors often say that undergraduates' skills and knowledge base have declined over the years. Is that true?
2019 AHA Election Results
Compiled by Liz Townsend | Jul 22, 2019
The AHA is pleased to announce results of the 2019 balloting for officers and committee members.
Archives and the Road to Accessibility
Angela Gallagher | Jul 15, 2019
Much historical research requires visits to archives. An inclusive discipline will seek to expand accommodation of disabilities, for everyone's benefit.