Teaching Decolonization Resources
AHA Today, From the National History Center
Annabel LaBrecque | Jun 21, 2018The NHC's Teaching Decolonization Resource Collection provides materials for teachers to create a comprehensive unit on women and the Algerian War of Independence.
Collaborative Historical Research
Catherine Cymone Fourshey and Christine Saidi | Apr 5, 2018Catherine Cymone Fourshey and Christine Saidi show how collaboration, particularly with local individuals, communities, and organizations, has been vital to their scholarship.
Suzanne Miers Oliver (1922–2016)
Joseph C. Miller and Richard B. Allen | Mar 8, 2018Historian of Global SlaverySuzanne Miers Oliver, professor emerita of history at Ohio University, passed away at her home in Placida, Florida, on Sept...
AHA Member Spotlight: Ross Dunn
Matthew Keough | Oct 3, 2017Ross Dunn is professor emeritus of history at San Diego State University. His research interests include Islamic, African, and world history.
Wrapping Up the 2017 AHA Today Summer Blog Contest
Kritika Agarwal | Aug 21, 2017The 2017 AHA Today Blog Contest winners, Bridget Keown and Bernard C. Moore, share some final thoughts on producing a blog series from their research.
When Historians Collaborate, Scholarship Benefits
Christine Saidi, Catherine Cymone Fourshey, and Rhonda M. Gonzales | Aug 14, 2017Three historians, Christine Saidi, Catherine C Fourshey, & Rhonda M Gonzales, share their experiences with collaboration & its impact on their scholarship.
Caught between a Rock and a Hyrax
Bernard C. Moore | Aug 3, 2017Bernard Moore on what the history of vermin control in Namibia can tell us about rural agriculture, capitalism, and white-black labor relations.
“Vermin are Like Weeds in Your Garden”: Fences, Poisons, and Agricultural Transformation in Colonial Namibia
Bernard C. Moore | Jul 20, 2017“Ongediertes is soos onkruid in jou tuin. Elke jaar moet jy weer van nuuts af begin skoonmaak.”[Vermin are like weeds...
“Dogs Were Our Defenders!”
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 16, 2017An early 20th-century tax on owning dogs played a crucial role in shaping agriculture & labor relations during colonialism in Namibia, argues Bernard Moore.