AHR History Lab

AHR History Lab

The AHR History Lab is a new, experimental space in the middle of the journal featuring collective projects that seek to reimagine how we approach historical practice in terms of content, form, and method. Intended to open up the American Historical Review’s pages and the discipline to the diverse work of practicing historians today, the Lab is driven by a single question: How can the AHR help reimagine the practice of history in the 21st century?

In the March 2023 Issue

"Inside the History Lab"

"On Transnational and International History"

Smells in History

"More than the Name of the Rose: How to Make Computers Read, See, and Organize Smells"

History Unclassified

"Agnotology in Palestine/Israel: Tantura and the Teddy Katz Affair Twenty Years On"

"Frustration, Joy, and Shards of Fact: A Tale of Two I-Search Papers"