One Year Abroad, A Decade of Friendship and Collaboration: Fulbright in Hungary, 2009–10
Leslie Waters and Kristina E. Poznan | Jun 16, 2021
When they met on a Fulbright in Hungary, Leslie Waters and Kristina E. Poznan could not have predicted where their friendship and collaboration would take them.
From Reading to Discovery: Scaffolding Student Engagement with Primary Sources
Dylan Ruediger | Jun 14, 2021
History faculty, librarians and archivists, and publishers all have a role to play in preparing students to find and analyze primary sources.
History Museums Are Vibrant Civic Spaces: What the New York Times Museum Section Got Wrong
Caroline Klibanoff | Jun 9, 2021
History museums contribute to a vibrant civic culture yet were all but ignored in the New York Times' recent Museums section.
Meet the 2021 Perspectives Daily Summer Columnists
Laura Ansley | Jun 7, 2021
Introducing the three graduate students who will write about narrative and podcasts, the relationship between history and journalism, and the history of plant disease.
AHA Member Spotlight: Donald L. Fixico
Matthew Keough | Jun 15, 2021
Donald L. Fixico is a Regents' and Distinguished Foundation Professor of History at Arizona State University. He lives in Mesa, Arizona, and has been a member since 2002.
Grant of the Week: NEH/AHRC New Directions for Digital Scholarship in Cultural Institutions
Karen Lou | Jun 10, 2021
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is now accepting applications for the second round of the NEH/AHRC New Directions for Digital Scholarship in Cultural Institutions.
AHA Member Spotlight: Thomas Figueira
Matthew Keough | Jun 8, 2021
Thomas Figueira is a distinguished professor of classics and of ancient history at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He lives in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and has been a member since 1975.
Emily Greenwald | Jun 2, 2021
With archives and other repositories closed for more than a year, Historical Research Associates kept clients' projects going by digging deeper into online resources.
Grant of the Week: American Slavery’s Legacy across Space and Time
Karen Lou | Jun 1, 2021
The Social Science Research Council is now accepting applications for its American Slavery's Legacy across Space and Time: Small Grants Program.