AHA Member Spotlight: Anne Rothfeld
May 15, 2019
Anne Rothfeld is a historian/archivist in the federal government.
Communication Revolution: ARPANET and the Development of the Internet, 50 Years Later
May 14, 2019
On the 50th anniversary of the first computer-to-computer message, scholars say there’s more to internet history than ARPANET.
Teaching on the “Balkan Express”: A Collaborative Attempt to Write History for Reconciliation
May 13, 2019
History has the power to heal the wounds of war—but not without steep resistance from nationalists.
Grant of the Week: Thomas C. Cundy Travel Grant
May 9, 2019
The Institute on World War II and the Human Experience at Florida State University is accepting applications for the Thomas C. Cundy travel grant until May 30.
AHA Member Spotlight: Robert Thurston
May 8, 2019
Robert Thurston is professor emeritus at Miami University.
Why Ruling Classes Fail: In the June Issue of the American Historical Review
May 8, 2019
The issue includes an “AHR Exchange” on the ruling elite, three research articles, and contributions to the new “History Unclassified” section.
Data Overload: Web Archives and the Challenges of Scale
May 7, 2019
Web archives often contain so much data that historians must develop new technical skills and knowledge in order to use them.
Are All Graduate Student Conferences Created Equal? For Attendees from Other Campuses, Not Always
May 6, 2019
They can be great tools for professionalization, but organizers should play to their own strengths.
Grant of the Week: Cromwell Dissertation Prize
May 2, 2019
The American Society for Legal History is accepting applications for its dissertation prize until June 7.
AHA Member Spotlight: Barbara M. Posadas
May 1, 2019
Barbara M. Posadas is CLAS Distinguished Professor of History emerita at Northern Illinois University.