A Report to Members about AHA Action on Sexual Harassment
Mary Beth Norton | Feb 16, 2018In fall 2017, as allegations of sexual harassment flooded into public view from women (and some men)...
Past Tense: History and Its Abuses in Washington
James Grossman | Jan 25, 2018As I walk to work in the morning, the first thing I see as I head toward the AHA office is the US Ca...
Actions by the AHA Council, June 2017 to January 2018
American Historical Association | Jan 19, 2018Through e-mail conversation from June 29, 2017, to December 5, 2017, and at meetings on January 4 an...
Still Waters: When the AHA “Does Nothing”
James Grossman | Jan 1, 2018Readers of this column are accustomed to commentary on AHA activities across an array of landscapes....
Discussion and Debate: What Works in Undergraduate Teaching
Mary Beth Norton | Jan 1, 2018My first presidential column is a contribution to this month’s examination of undergraduate teaching...
Next Steps for Career Diversity: Diving into Graduate Education
James Grossman | Dec 1, 2017When the AHA recently asked directors of graduate studies to articulate the purpose of their PhD pro...
History, Historians, and “the Current Moment”
James Grossman | Nov 1, 2017I recently had the privilege of participating in a conversation about “the current moment” in social...
Voyage to the Dark Side? The Historian as Administrator
Tyler Stovall | Nov 1, 2017Some 30 years ago, I entered the PhD program in history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, my f...
Imagining PhD Orientation in 2022
James Grossman | Oct 1, 2017A version of this column first appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education on August 28, 2017.Imag...
Declining Enrollments in History Courses
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt | Oct 1, 2017Is your department suffering declining enrollments in history courses? The AHA Teaching Division is listening.