The Annual Meeting Is for Teachers: Highlights for K–12 Attendees at AHA24
Annual Meeting, Perspectives Daily
Katharina Matro | Dec 8, 2023
With almost 90 sessions devoted to teaching and learning history, AHA24 is a great conference for teachers.
The Right to Buy Arms: Gun Consumption in 20th-Century America
Laura Ansley | Dec 7, 2023
In Andrew C. McKevitt’s new book, he studies not just the right to bear arms but the buying of them.
Awards, Prizes, and Honors to Be Conferred at the 137th Annual Meeting
AHA Activities, Annual Meeting
Rebecca L. West | Dec 6, 2023
Join us in San Francisco to honor the 2023 AHA prizewinners.
What's in a Bottle? Conquest and the Origins of California Wine
Julia Ornelas-Higdon | Dec 5, 2023
Like the vintages themselves, the history of California’s wine industry is complex.
On the Renaissance
Edward Muir | Dec 4, 2023
Why does a medieval cultural moment still fascinate us?
The Unselfish Ruler
L. Renato Grigoli | Dec 1, 2023
When a resident declares himself emperor, what is a city to do but go along with it?
Resolution for Consideration at the January 2024 Business Meeting
AHA Staff | Dec 1, 2023
Members have submitted a resolution for the 2024 annual meeting.
L. Renato Grigoli | Nov 30, 2023
In early 14th-century France, one town was built upon a modern foundation: the blank form.
Trouble in Texas
Carlos Kevin Blanton | Nov 29, 2023
A political controversy couched as a leadership fight roils the Texas State Historical Association.