Meet the 2023 Perspectives Daily Summer Columnists
Laura Ansley | Jun 1, 2023
Introducing the three graduate students who will write about music and memory, a high school’s embrace of local history, and the legacies of the New Deal.
Gamifying History Instruction: Visual Novels in the College Classroom
Shu Wan | May 31, 2023
Gamification of the classroom is all the rage. But which game should you choose?
Of Potato Latkes and Pedagogy: Cooking for the History Classroom
Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall | May 23, 2023
A cooking assignment helps illuminate the lives of Jewish women in the past for students.
Join Us for #AHAReads 2023: The Second Annual AHA Summer Reading Challenge
AHA Activities, Perspectives Daily
Laura Ansley | May 8, 2023
From June to Labor Day, read along with other historians—and this year, your children or students!
AHA Member Spotlight: Amy Hart
Matthew Keough | May 30, 2023
Amy Hart is a state historian at California State Parks. She lives in Arroyo Grande, California, and has been a member since 2022.
AHA Member Spotlight: Meya Elizabeth Hargett
Matthew Keough | May 23, 2023
Meya Elizabeth Hargett is an associate professor and diversity faculty fellow at Bakersfield College. She lives in Bakersfield, California, and has been a member since 2020.
AHA Member Spotlight: Chang-tai Hung
Matthew Keough | May 16, 2023
Chang-tai Hung is Chair Professor of Humanities emeritus at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He lives in Hong Kong and has been a member since 1991.
The Slaughterhouse Accountant
Michael Trotti | May 11, 2023
What does it mean for a historian to write about death in the midst of a pandemic?
AHA Member Spotlight: Marcelo Aranda
Matthew Keough | May 9, 2023
Marcelo Aranda is an American studies and digital humanities coordinator at North Carolina School of Science and Math–Morganton. He lives in Morganton, North Carolina, and has been a member since 2012.