Everything Has a History
Krista Grensavitch | Sep 28, 2022
In the 1980s, education was one way feminists hoped to prevent child abuse and assault.
The National History Center and the AHA
From the Executive Director
James Grossman | Sep 29, 2022
The work of the National History Center is being consolidated into the AHA. Executive director James Grossman discusses the history, reasons, and implications of this change.
New Faces at the AHA: Meet Whitney E. Barringer, Lauren Brand, and Nicholas Kryczka
Lizzy Meggyesy | Sep 27, 2022
The AHA welcomes three new staff members: Meet Whitney E. Barringer, Lauren Brand, and Nicholas Kryczka.
From Archival Theory to Practice: The Preservers and Retrievers of Stories, Part 2
Fernando Amador II | Sep 22, 2022
What is a community but an archive waiting to be assembled?
AHA Member Spotlight: James Mestaz
Matthew Keough | Sep 23, 2022
James Mestaz is an assistant professor at Sonoma State University. He lives in Santa Rosa, California, and has been a member since 2022.
Our Letter-Writing Culture
James H. Sweet | Sep 21, 2022
It’s time to rethink recommendation letters.
Yota Batsaki and Julia Fine | Sep 20, 2022
Plants can cultivate links among geographies, periodizations, and subfields, all while providing a strong vector for classroom engagement.
Nominations Invited for AHA Offices, Terms Beginning January 2024
Liz Townsend | Sep 19, 2022
Nominations for AHA offices are accepted through January 8, 2023.
Grant of the Week: ACLS Fellowships for Untenured Scholars
Lizzy Meggyesy | Sep 16, 2022
The American Council of Learned Societies is now accepting fellowship applications for full-time research open to untenured scholars.