Honorary Foreign Member Recipients
The Association established the Honorary Foreign Membership in 1886 to recognize historians working outside the United States, for their distinguished scholarship and assistance to American scholars working in their country.
2015 Honorary Foreign Member
Natsuki Aruga, Saitama Univ., Japan
Professor Natsuki Aruga has been a leading scholar of US and women’s history in Japan for more than three decades. A versatile scholar, her focus has ranged from child labor in the 19th-century US and the employment of teenagers during World War II, to appraisals of the “new social history” and the direction of second-wave feminism.