All Articles

  • Observing the French Revolution: A Multidisciplinary Program

    December 1, 1988

    A multidisciplinary program on the bicentennial of the French Revolution provided an opportunity to "cross the disciplinary boundaries" and, with enormous collaboration from all concerned, create an e...

  • The State of Teaching: Preparation, Engagement, and Caring

    December 1, 1988

    Two Former Editors Share Their Thoughts The commitment to effective teaching continues. The numerous and innovative suggestions I have received from concerned colleagues during my years as co-editor o...

  • 1988 AHA Election Results

    December 1, 1988

    Richard S. Dunn, chair of the Nominating Committee, announces the following results of the 1988 balloting for officers and committee members of the American Historical Association. President Louis R. ...

  • The State of Teaching: Rich Ideas and Insights

    December 1, 1988

    Two Former Editors Share Their Thoughts The column was "Teaching History Today," before it was renamed "Teaching Innovations." and Mack Thompson, former AHA executive director, appointed me co-editor ...

  • AHA Endowment Donors 1987-88

    December 1, 1988

    The Association gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the following friends and members who have made gifts to the Endowment Fund during the period of October 24, 1987 through October 31, 1988. Gi...

  • Notable Achievements by Members, December 1988

    December 1, 1988

    American Antiquarian Society Kate B. and Hall James Peterson Fellow Rosalind Remer Burnam, Ph.D. cand. history, University of California, Los Angeles. American Council of Learned Societies ACLS Fellow...

  • Culture and Comfort: People, Parlors, and Upholstery, 1850-1930

    November 1, 1988

    Have you ever slithered off a horsehair sofa and wondered how our forebears, much less ourselves, could possibly sit in comfort on such a plump and slippery surface? The new exhibit at the Strong Muse...

  • 1988 Faculty Salary Update

    November 1, 1988

    According to a study conducted by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), the rate of growth in 1987–88 for faculty salaries was the slowest in six years. When adjusted for inflation...

  • We Have Seen the Future and It Needs Work

    November 1, 1988

    Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of the AHA At its May 8–9, 1988, meeting, the Council of the AHA considered the Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Future of the AHA and ordered its pub...

  • Using the 1988 Job Register

    November 1, 1988

    In accordance with AHA policy supporting open listing of employment opportunities, the 1988 Annual Meeting Job Register facility in Cincinnati will be made as open as possible. The Job Register will b...