AHA in the News
AHA in the News
Career Diversity for Historians
Mark Peters, "Social science researchers partner with Illinois town on civic challenge," UChicago News, June 15, 2016
Aaron Hilf, “Historical reenactment opens doors to movies and TV,” UMN Newsroom, March 24, 2016
Julia Miller Vick and Jennifer S. Furlong, “When the Job Search Seems Hopeless,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 22, 2016
Conshandra Dillard, “Slocum Massacre historical marker unveiled,” Tyler Morning Telegraph, Jan 16, 2016
Alfreda James, “From Linguistic Judo to Hustle,” Inside Higher Ed, Jan 18, 2016
Christine Gross-Loh, “A Better Way to Teach History,” The Atlantic, February 8, 2016
Jon Marcus, “The Unexpected Schools Championing the Liberal Arts,” The Atlantic, October 15, 2015
Scott Jaschik, “History Jobs Drop,” Inside Higher Ed, February 5, 2016
Scott Jaschik, “The Shrinking Ph.D. Job Market,” Inside Higher Ed, April 4, 2016
2016 Business Meeting
Colleen Flaherty, “Historians Reject Measure Criticizing Israel,” Inside Higher Ed, Jan 11, 2016
Ernie Smith, “Historians Again Reject Israel Rebuke at Annual Meeting,” Associations Now, Jan 11, 2015
Jennifer Schuessler, “Historian Group Rejects a Resolution Condemning Israel," New York Times ArtsBeat Blog, Jan 9, 2016
2016 Annual Meeting Plenary
Monica Hesse, “The South’s Confederate-monument problem is not going away,” The Washington Post, May 8, 2016
Phillip Tutor, “Memory or History,” The Anniston Star (Alabama), Jan 17, 2016
Colleen Flaherty, “Confronting the Past,” Inside Higher Ed, Jan 8, 2016
AHA Award and Prize Winners
Lifting the veil: ASU historian receives national recognition, ASU News, December 31, 2015
UW-L Professor Honored with National Equity Award, La Crosse Tribune, October 16, 2015
Grad School, Looney Recognized for Helping Underrepresented Students Succeed, Duke Graduate School News blog, October 9, 2015
Confederate Flag Debate
Emma Brown, 150 Years Later, Schools are Still a Battlefield for Interpreting Civil War, Washington Post, July 5, 2015
Wesley Pruden, The Civil War that Never Ends, The Washington Times, July 6, 2015
Lisa Suhay, Confederate Monuments Targeted by Vandals: Time to Rethink Memorials?, Christian Science Monitor, June 23, 2015
Jim Grossman speaking on the Jimmy Barrett Show (WVRA Radio), July 7, 2015
Tenure in Wisconsin
Andy Thomason, 21 Scholarly Groups Denounce Cutting of Tenure Protections in Wisconsin, The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 11, 2015.
Karen Herzog, Vos Stands by Budget Provision on Tenure, Shared Governance, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 12, 2015.
Kimberly Hefling, Scott Walker's Latest Target: College Professors, Politico.com, June 18, 2015.
Kathryn Lynch, Cutting the Liberal Arts Undermines Our Cultural Traditions, Washington Post, June 19, 2015.
Jen Guiliano, ACH at the American Historical Association's 2015 Conference, The Association for Computers in the Humanities. January 27, 2015.
Peter Cajka, Recap: 2015 Annual Meeting in NYC, American Catholic Historical Association, January 27, 2015.
Nation's Historians Warn the Past Is Expanding at Alarming Rate, The Onion, January 22, 2015.
Heather Munro Prescott, Thoughts on #AHA2015 #s69, Doing More with Less: The Promise and Pitfalls of Short-form Scholarship in the Digital History Age, Knitting Clio, January 21, 2015.
Claire Potter, The Rules Were Not Suspended: What Happened at the AHA Business Meeting, Tenured Radical, January 5, 2015.
Jennifer Howard, Historians Decline to Take Up Resolutions Criticizing Israel, The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 5, 2015.
Rick Shenkman, Historians Decide NOT to Debate Resolutions Critical of Israel, History News Network, January 4, 2015.
Jennifer Schuessler, Scholars' Effort to Condemn Israel Fails, The New York Times, January 5, 2015.
Yair Rosenberg, American Historical Association Shelves Anti-Israel Resolutions, Tablet Magazine, January 5, 2015.
Colleen Flaherty, Historians Discuss Ways to Engage Students on Ferguson Protests, Inside Higher Ed, January 6, 2015.
Academic Job Market
Ministers, Not MBAs, Inside Higher Ed
History Jobs Dip for a Second Consecutive Year, Chronicle of Higher Education
Job Listings Fall 7.3% for History PhDs, Association Reports, Chronicle of Higher Education
The PhDs Guide to a Nonfaculty Job Search, Chronicle of Higher Education
Your Third Year in a PhD Program, Chronicle of Higher Education
American Historical Review
Born Digital, Projects Need Attention to Survive, Chronicle of Higher Education
Historians Grapple with How to Get to the 'Malleable PhD,' Chronicle of Higher Education
History Is a Process, Not a Pile of Flashcards, The Conversation
Changes in AP History Trigger a Culture Clash in Colorado, Washington Post
The New History Wars, New York Times
Sustaining Open Access, Inside Higher Ed
Press Policy for the AHA Annual Meeting
Our annual meeting press policy covers important information regarding press credentials, our policy for filming or recording sessions, permissions to record sessions, and sound and electric during the meeting.
The AHA is pleased to provide resources for journalists and media. If you are a member of the media and would like to submit a request for a referral or interview, please e-mail Jane Green or call 202.544.2422, ext. 111.