Policy Briefings in the History Classroom: A Pedagogical Experiment
Dane Kennedy | Dec 17, 2018
An assignment in a course on Victorian Britain helped students understand the relevance of history to their lives.
One Small Step, 50 Years Later
Zoë Jackson | Dec 3, 2018
Space historians and the institutions they serve are reevaluating the significance of Project Apollo.
Steampunk for Historians: It’s about Time
Scott P. Marler | Dec 3, 2018
What’s with those people who look like Victorians imagining the future?
Voting Now Open for 2019 Name that Cocktail! Contest
AHA Staff | Dec 14, 2018
Help us name the AHA19 signature mixed drinks.
AHA Member Spotlight: Laurie Arnold
Matthew Keough | Dec 18, 2018
Laurie Arnold is director of Native American studies and associate professor of history at Gonzaga University.
The Degradation of History
Victor Medina Del Toro | Dec 13, 2018
Concern for the state of archives should not require spectacular events like fire or armed conflict.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70
Mark Philip Bradley | Dec 10, 2018
Can the UNDHR speak to the concerns of the present moment?
Midwestern History Is on the Map
Kritika Agarwal | Dec 3, 2018
Enough jokes about flyover country. The Midwest has always been complex.
“We’re Not Just Students, We Are Organizers”
Elizabeth Todd-Breland | Nov 29, 2018
In 1963, Black students desegregated Chicago’s schools. In 2018, student activists are drawing inspiration from their predecessors.