Productivity Moves with Our Bodies: Understanding Research Gaps during COVID-19
Ángela Vergara | Jul 6, 2020
Living through a pandemic shifted one historian's approach to both her own productivity and the women she studies.
Public Service versus Business: Delivering on the Promise of the United States Postal Service
Philip Rubio | Jul 1, 2020
The crisis of the United States Postal Service today reflects a long-standing clash over service, business, and labor interests.
Archiving a Plague Year: Building a Crowdsourced Digital Archive of COVID-19
Tom Beazley, Victoria Cain, and Rebecca S. Wingo | Jun 29, 2020
A crowdsourced digital public archive is chronicling daily life during COVID-19.
From a BA to the AHA: How a History Degree Prepared Me for Nonprofit Work
Megan Connor | Jun 26, 2020
Megan Connor has found that the critical thinking she learned as a history major has been essential to her career in nonprofit work, including at the AHA.
Grant of the Week: Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest Covid-19 Grants
Karen Lou | Jul 7, 2020
The Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest is now accepting applications for its Covid-19 Grants.
AHA Member Spotlight: E. Natalie Rothman
Matthew Keough | Jul 2, 2020
E. Natalie Rothman is an associate professor at the University of Toronto. She lives in Toronto, Canada, and has been a member since 2004.
Grant of the Week: MARAC Arline Custer Memorial Award
Karen Lou | Jun 30, 2020
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) is now accepting applications for its Arline Custer Memorial Award.
The COVID Commencement
Karen Lou | Jun 24, 2020
How universities around the country created remote commencement ceremonies during COVID-19.
Grant of the Week: New-York Historical Society Public Fellows in Religion and the American West
Karen Lou | Jun 23, 2020
The New-York Historical Society is now accepting applications for its Public Fellows in Religion and the American West.