The World-Class Photography of Ebony and Jet Is Priceless History. It’s Still Up for Sale.
Allison Miller | Jul 9, 2019
Historians are concerned about what might happen to the legendary photo archive of the Johnson Publishing Company when it goes up for auction.
Archives and the Road to Accessibility: Sometimes Archives Accommodate Invisible Disabilities—but Not Always
Angela Gallagher | Jul 15, 2019
Much historical research requires visits to archives. An inclusive discipline will seek to expand accommodation of disabilities, for everyone's benefit.
The “Lessons” of Britain’s Counterinsurgency in Malaya: An American Obsession
Wen-Qing Ngoei | Jul 2, 2019
If US policymakers and military strategists don't learn from history, it hasn't been for a lack of trying.
Small Museum, Big Ambitions: Inspiring Student Inquiry with a Tool of the Pros
Jay T. Harrison | Jun 11, 2019
Adapting assessment protocols helped one college create public history opportunities for students—and improve its 144-square-foot museum.
Grant of the Week: Radcliffe Institute Fellowship
Karen Lou | Jul 10, 2019
The Radcliffe Institute is now accepting applications for 2020-2021 fellows.
AHA Member Spotlight: Mark Bernhardt
Matthew Keough | Jul 3, 2019
Mark Bernhardt is a professor at Jackson State University. He lives in Clinton, Mississippi, and has been a member since 2005.
The Politics of Space Junk
Lisa Ruth Rand | Jun 17, 2019
It may be floating in space, but the debris in Earth's orbit affects international relations on the ground.
Democracy and Misinformation
Jennifer M. Miller | Jun 10, 2019
Is democracy a "state of mind," easily influenced by misinformation, or a result of representative institutions or political rights?
Announcing the 2019–20 Jameson and NASA Fellows
Devon Reich | Jun 6, 2019
Two promising scholars win fellowships to support significant new research.