The Digital Polarization Initiative: Teaching History and Information Literacy
Quinn P. Dauer | Oct 15, 2019
The Digital Polarization Initiative allows students to address and correct online misconceptions about history.
American Historical Association Announces 2019 Prize Winners
Annual Meeting, Perspectives Daily
Devon Reich | Oct 7, 2019
Each year, the AHA offers prizes honoring exceptional books, distinguished teaching and mentoring, and other historical projects.
Fashion Forward: Dress in the Age of Jane Austen
Elyse Martin | Sep 30, 2019
Following the thread of historical dress in Jane Austen's archive reveals truths universally acknowledged about dress in Regency era England.
Water Shortages Have a History: How the Kenyan Colonial State Mismanaged a Resource and Endangered a Community
James Parker | Sep 26, 2019
Irrigating the arid countryside sounded good to British authorities in Kenya. What went wrong?
AHA Member Spotlight: Phillip B. Gonzales
Matthew Keough | Oct 9, 2019
Phillip B. Gonzales is a professor emeritus in sociology at the University of New Mexico. He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and has been a member since 2014.
Grant of the Week: Huntington-Florida Atlantic University Graduate Research Fellowships
Karen Lou | Oct 7, 2019
The Huntington Library and Florida Atlantic University Libraries are now accepting applications for the graduate research fellowships.
On To New York
Debbie Doyle | Oct 3, 2019
Donors to the Association: July 1, 2018–June 30,2019
AHA Staff | Oct 3, 2019
The AHA relies on generous contributions from members and patrons to support its activities.
Devon Reich | Oct 3, 2019
The history discipline faces threats from many corners. Find out what the AHA is doing to stop them.