Job Openings at the AHA

Teaching Resource Developers
Three teaching resource developers will contribute to the American Historical Association's Teaching Things: Material Culture in the History Classroom, a 12-month project funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The primary responsibilities of these historians will include the creation of an Object Library and two sets of Teaching Toolkits, one geared toward use in secondary schools and another for college classrooms. These resources will include a range of topics accessed through material culture, featuring object-based lessons across fields, time periods, and geographic spaces. Read the complete job description and apply today! Applications will be reviewed beginning on December 27, 2021.

Meetings and Virtual Events Assistant
The meetings assistant provides programmatic and administrative support for the meetings manager and organizes the AHA's virtual events. This work includes various tasks essential to the planning and project management of AHA's virtual events and the AHA's annual meeting, the largest annual gathering of historians in the world. Additional responsibilities include arranging logistics for meetings of the program committee and other administrative duties. The meetings assistant reports to the meetings manager. Read the complete job description and apply today! Applications will be reviewed beginning on January 15, 2022.

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