Learning From Afghanistan's Independence: Afghans Liberated Themselves in 1919. Their Achievements Offer Us Lessons Today.
Faiz Ahmed | Nov 13, 2019
A country without a legal history? Think again.
Townhouse Notes: History Has a Race Problem, and It’s Existential
From the Editor
Allison Miller | Nov 12, 2019
Historians in higher education can't afford to lose anyone's interest. But how hard are we working to expand our appeal?
New Faces at the AHA: Meet Christopher Flanagan, Laura Ansley, and Rachel Wheatley
Megan Connor | Nov 7, 2019
Three new staff members have joined the AHA this fall.
William Birney and the Abolitionist Memory Wars
Frank J. Cirillo | Nov 5, 2019
The battle over abolition didn't end with the Civil War.
Devon Reich | Nov 8, 2019
In letters and amicus briefs, the AHA promoted academic freedom and historical knowledge in September and October.
Abstract of the Presidential Address at the 2020 Annual Meeting
John R. McNeill | Nov 8, 2019
AHA Member Spotlight: Reginald K. Ellis
Matthew Keough | Nov 6, 2019
Reginald K. Ellis is an associate professor of history and assistant dean for the School of Graduate Studies, Research and Continuing Education at Florida A&M University. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida, and has been a member since 2008.
Grant of the Week: The Gutman Dissertation Prize
Karen Lou | Nov 4, 2019
The Labor and Working-Class History Association is now accepting applications for its Herbert G. Gutman Prize for 2019.
High School Students Lobby Congress—and Win
Ethan Ehrenhaft | Oct 31, 2019
Amid a resurgence of white nationalism, New Jersey high schoolers seek justice through federal bill releasing civil rights cold cases to the public.