Everything Has a History
Adam Shprintzen | Nov 25, 2020
Everything has a history, including Protose cutlets, an early 20th-century meat substitute.
Reasons for Hope in a Difficult Year: A Look Back at 2020
From the President
Mary Lindemann | Nov 24, 2020
AHA president Mary Lindemann looks back on her term of office, finding hope and reason for optimism despite the undeniable difficulties faced by historians in 2020.
Official Comments on Federal Regulations: The AHA Advocates for International Students
AHA Activities, From the Executive Director
James Grossman | Nov 19, 2020
In addition to official statements and letters, the AHA submits official "comments" on postings in the Federal Register.
Turning Inquiry into Action: Using Communities of Practice to Build Better Introductory History Courses
Caleb Wood Richardson | Nov 18, 2020
The University of New Mexico uses communities of practice to evaluate and improve introductory history courses.
Grant of the Week: Linda Hall Library Virtual Fellowships
Karen Lou | Nov 23, 2020
The Linda Hall Library is now accepting applications for its Virtual Fellowships.
AHA Member Spotlight: Allison Blakely
Matthew Keough | Nov 20, 2020
Allison Blakely is a professor emeritus of European and comparative history at Boston University. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, and has been a member since 1972.
Consider the Student View
Monique Dufour | Nov 17, 2020
How often do you think about your classes from the viewpoint of your students? Such a shift could radically change your approach.
The Value of Representation
Sarah Fenton | Nov 16, 2020
The AHA has completed a grant-funded project to investigate how to better serve historians at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Women Historians in Academia
Patricia Albjerg Graham | Nov 13, 2020
Fifty years after the 1970 Rose Report, Patricia Albjerg Graham reflects on the need for the Committee on the Status of Women and the progress that's been made over the decades.