The Job of the Academic Market
January 14, 2020
How much time does the academic job market take for the applicant? One historian adds up the hours.
Townhouse Notes: New Year, Fresh Start
January 13, 2020
January 2020 marks a fresh start. It is a new year and a new decade. And at the AHA, it is a time of changes big and small. For the last year, these Townhouse Notes have been written outside the townh...
Research Access and Scholarly Equity
January 10, 2020
How can we help all historians get the access to research materials that they need?
Cultivating Community: Finding Your Place within the Historical Profession
December 31, 2019
Nurturing community is a big part of what the AHA does.
Going Where the Archives Lead: An Interview with New AHA President Mary Lindemann
December 30, 2019
Over her career, Mary Lindemann allowed the research to dictate the direction of her projects—resulting in a diverse set of topics across her books on early modern Germany.
Redistributing the Work of Public History: Documenting the Women’s Project in Arkansas
December 23, 2019
The Arkansas People's History Project is developing new models for engaging with and involving the community in public history.
Meet Your AHA20 Mocktail and Cocktail Contest Winners
December 20, 2019
AHA staff is excited to announce the winners of this year's Name that Mocktail and Cocktail! contest. Each year, historians submit names for signature mixed drinks to be served at the AHA annual meeti...
Reflecting on the Challenges to Free Speech and Academic Freedom at AHA20
December 20, 2019
Join the conversation about historians' roles as educators in today's polarized climate at AHA20.
AHA Member Spotlight: Sara Patenaude
December 19, 2019
Sara Patenaude is a project manager for a nonprofit affordable housing developer at Tapestry Development Group. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and has been a member since 2012.
Awards, Prizes, and Honors to Be Conferred at the 134th Annual Meeting
December 18, 2019
Join us in New York City to honor the 2019 AHA prizewinners.