Sovereignty Is Not So Fragile: McGirt v. Oklahoma and the Failure of Denationalization
Noah Ramage | Aug 2, 2022
Though historians have long accepted tribal termination, recent jurisprudence leads Noah Ramage to question this assumption.
Second Task Complete! July Roundup of AHA Reads
AHA Activities, Perspectives Daily
Laura Ansley | Jul 29, 2022
Find out what AHA members, Council, and staff have been reading to fulfill the AHA Summer Reading Challenge.
Going Abroad: Advice for Finding Academic Jobs Overseas
Keith Rathbone and Grace Allen | Jul 28, 2022
Overseas jobs offer many opportunities for US-trained academics—if you know where to look.
Come Out! In Detroit: Comic Books and Queer History in Michigan
Julie R. Enszer | Jul 27, 2022
Many of us took on pandemic projects over the past two years, but few tried turning a dissertation into a comic book.
AHA Member Spotlight: Janice A. Brockley
Matthew Keough | Aug 4, 2022
Janice A. Brockley is an associate professor at Jackson State University. She lives in Jackson, Mississippi, and has been a member since 2002.
2022 AHA Election Results
Compiled by Liz Townsend | Jul 26, 2022
The AHA is pleased to announce results of the 2022 balloting for officers and committee members.
AHA Member Spotlight: Lorraine Daston
Matthew Keough | Jul 21, 2022
Lorraine Daston is a historian of science and director emerita at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, and a visiting professor in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago.
Foucault’s Pendulum and Other Prophetic Texts
Leland Renato Grigoli | Jul 20, 2022
Perspectives editor Leland R. Grigoli unpacks the difficulties in talking to those who think they already know.
Still Locked Out
E. M. Rose | Jul 19, 2022
There are still few avenues for scholars without a permanent position to access necessary materials over the summer.