History Enrollments Stable in 2017–18: AHA Survey Shows How Departments Are Fighting Declines
Julia Brookins | Jan 11, 2019
The number of undergraduates taking history courses last year changed little from the year before.
Texas Revises History Education, Again: How a “Good Faith” Process Became Political
Kritika Agarwal | Jan 11, 2019
When you must teach to the test, curriculum comes down to content.
Joy Riders: The Stories and Steeds of a Father and Son
Mustafah Dhada | Jan 9, 2019
A historian traces his passion for imaginative narratives and finely tuned sports cars to a “garage” in colonial Mozambique.
Postcards from AHA19
Elyse Martin | Jan 6, 2019
What would you write back home from a postcard from AHA19?
Grant of the Week: New England Regional Fellowship Consortium Grants
Zoë Jackson | Jan 17, 2019
The New England Regional Fellowship Consortium is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 grants until February 1.
AHA Member Spotlight: Vincent Leung
Matthew Keough | Jan 15, 2019
Vincent Leung is associate professor of early Chinese history at Lingnan University.
The Way Forward on Graduate Advising
Amanda Bosworth | Jan 5, 2019
Faculty-centered advising is often more concerned with legacy-building than on training students. Change is needed.
Taking Stock of Gender History at AHA19
Monica L. Mercado | Jan 3, 2019
At AHA19, historians will find a diverse slate of discussions that center histories of women and gender.
Matthew Gabriele | Jan 2, 2019
What connects white supremacist nostalgia for the Middle Ages and for the American Civil War?