Going Remote: Is This Remote Teaching or Just Remotely Teaching?
August 17, 2020
History faculty did far more than just "make it work" during the pivot to remote teaching.
The Purpose of a History PhD: Lessons Learned from Career Diversity
August 14, 2020
In the sixth of a six-part series, the Career Diversity fellows reflect on how two years of department-focused work has changed their views on the purpose of doctoral education in history, on higher education in general, and their own careers.
Pooling Resources during the Pandemic: The AHA’s Remote Teaching Resources
August 13, 2020
The AHA is launching a new digital project to provide history instructors with classroom materials suitable for remote teaching.
Stories and Storytellers: An Interview with Ashley E. Bowen, Editor of Perspectives on History
August 12, 2020
Learn about our new editor, her background, and what her plans are for Perspectives.
Townhouse Notes: Joining and Supporting the Community
August 11, 2020
Perspectives' new editor reflects on a summer's worth of content offering historical context to current events.
AHA Member Spotlight: Rosina Lozano
August 10, 2020
Rosina Lozano is an associate professor at Princeton University. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey, and has been a member since 2014.
Alumni Involvement in Graduate Education: Lessons Learned from Career Diversity
August 7, 2020
In the fifth of a six-part series on Career Diversity, fellows discuss how they have built closer ties to department alumni.
Setting the Lost Cause on Fire: Protesters Target the United Daughters of the Confederacy Headquarters
August 6, 2020
Protesters burned the United Daughters of the Confederacy's headquarters in Richmond, Virginia, because it functions as a monument to white supremacy and the Lost Cause.
A Monument to Black Resistance and Strength: Considering Washington, DC’s Emancipation Memorial
August 5, 2020
The Washington, DC, Emancipation Memorial's complex history complicates discussions of its possible removal.
Named for the Enemy: The US Army’s Confederate Problem
August 4, 2020
A historian and retired brigadier general explains how white supremacy and deference to "local sensibilities" created the US Army's Confederate problem.