Small Museum, Big Ambitions: Inspiring Student Inquiry with a Tool of the Pros
Jay T. Harrison | Jun 11, 2019
Adapting assessment protocols helped one college create public history opportunities for students—and improve its 144-square-foot museum.
Democracy and Misinformation: The Cold War and Today
From the National History Center
Jennifer M. Miller | Jun 10, 2019
Is democracy a "state of mind," easily influenced by misinformation, or a result of representative institutions or political rights?
Teaching with Food History: Digital Collections, Activities, and Resources
John Rosinbum | Jun 4, 2019
Combining economic, cultural, and social histories in an engaging way, food history shines during year-end reviews.
An Act of “Tactical History”: Creating an Archive of the Red Summer of 1919
Karen Sieber | Jun 3, 2019
Frustrated by a lack of easily accessible materials on the Red Summer, Sieber took to the road and created a digital archive.
Grant of the Week: Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship
Elyse Martin | Jun 13, 2019
The US National Library of Medicine is now accepting applications for its Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship in the History of Medicine for 2020.
AHA Member Spotlight: Thomas Turner
Matthew Keough | Jun 12, 2019
Thomas Turner is an emeritus professor and part-time faculty member at Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He lives in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, and has been a member since 1971.
Announcing the 2019–20 Jameson and NASA Fellows
Devon Reich | Jun 6, 2019
Two promising scholars win fellowships to support significant new research.
Meet the 2019 Perspectives Daily Summer Columnists
Allison Miller | May 29, 2019
Follow along as three graduate students write about their scholarship, activism, and much more!
On the Recent Executive Order on “Free Inquiry” in Higher Education
James Grossman and Edward Liebow | May 20, 2019
Trump’s recent EO is a textbook example of misdirection. Its insistence on “transparency and accountability” points to a pernicious agenda.