Publication Date

February 7, 2007

Perspectives Section

AHA Activities

February PerspectivesIn this month’s issue of Perspectives, AHA president Barbara Weinstein explores “Historians and the Mobility Question,” Robert Townsend examines an MLA report about tenure and promotion in the humanities, and Bruce VanSledright explains why historians should care about history teaching.

Also, read Staughton Lynd’s letter to Barbara Weinstein and executive director Arnita Jones about the AHA Council’s decision to seek ratification of the “government practices” resolution adopted at the Business Meeting. Then see their explanatory note and the text of the resolution being presented for ratification by the membership. More information about voting will be emailed to members.

For all of this and more, including letters to the editor and the coalition column, visit the February issue of Perspectives online.

This post first appeared on AHA Today.

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