Named for the Enemy: The US Army’s Confederate Problem
Ty Seidule | Aug 4, 2020
A historian and retired brigadier general explains how white supremacy and deference to "local sensibilities" created the US Army's Confederate problem.
Internships for Graduate Students: Lessons Learned from Career Diversity
Allison Faber, Trishula Patel, and Hope Shannon | Jul 31, 2020
In the fourth of a six-part series on Career Diversity, fellows discuss how graduate internship programs help students shape their paths through graduate school.
Counting on the Census: What Historians Lose When the Census Questionnaire Is Short
Rachel Basinger | Jul 28, 2020
Summer columnist Rachel Basinger describes how short census questionnaires stunt historical research.
Including Pedagogy in Graduate Education: Lessons Learned from Career Diversity
Andrew Brown, Tim Herbert, Stacey Murrell, and Joseph Stuart | Jul 24, 2020
In the third of a six-part series on Career Diversity, fellows discuss how integrating pedagogical training into the graduate curriculum enhances research, writing, and career exploration.
Grant of the Week: National Humanities Center Residential Fellowships
Karen Lou | Aug 3, 2020
The National Humanities Center is now accepting applications for its Residential Fellowships.
AHA Member Spotlight: Siegfried H. Sutterlin
Matthew Keough | Jul 30, 2020
Siegfried H. Sutterlin is a former senior Fulbright scholar in Europe and retired historian, having been professionally associated with seven colleges/universities/community colleges. He lives in Ottumwa, Iowa, and has been an AHA member since 1983.
Grant of the Week: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellowships
Karen Lou | Jul 27, 2020
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is now accepting applications for its 2021-2022 Fellowships.
Actions by the AHA Council: January 2020 to June 2020
AHA Staff | Jul 24, 2020
The AHA Council has been busy. Find out what it was up to in the first half of 2020.
Remote Reflections: One Class, 55 Classrooms
John Hopper | Jul 23, 2020
A high school history teacher in rural Colorado describes how years of experience with remote teaching helped him adapt during COVID.