AHA Annual Meeting
The Business of Publishing Concerns Us All
Michael J. McGandy | Sep 4, 2018Scholarly communication is nothing without university presses. Is there room for a broader conversation about that at the annual meeting?
On to Chicago
Debbie Doyle | Sep 4, 2018The 133rd annual meeting of the American Historical Association will be held January 3–6, 2019, in Chicago. The online program will be posted on the A...
Claire Potter and Brian Ogilvie | May 1, 2018If you're not yet excited for #AHA19 in Chicago, our Program Committee co-chairs will make you.
Mysteries of the AHA Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting, From the Executive Director
James Grossman | May 1, 2018Why does the AHA hold its annual meeting when and where we do? Why don’t we have more “coffee breaks”? Why does the program still feature so many scho...
Experiments in Writing History
Elizabeth Elliott | Apr 26, 2018Laura Kamoie still receives periodic royalty statements for a book she published over a decade ago—a...
History Is Relevant Everywhere
Antia Wiersma | Apr 19, 2018On the one day between the first European winter storm of the year and a North American snow blizzar...
Exploring Career Possibilities with ImaginePhD
Kaete O'Connell | Apr 2, 2018ImaginePhD provides PhD students and postdocs in the humanities and social sciences with information on different job sectors and various career-exploration tools.
Rachel Van Bokkem | Mar 9, 2018In May 1968, French students and workers, protesting consumerism, capitalism, and US involvement in ...
“For the Future”: Doing Indigenous History after Standing Rock
Zoë Jackson | Mar 9, 2018The #NoDAPL movement has "made it impossible for indigenous historians to see their work as separate from the broader movement...