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  • Reassessing the Value of the Job Register

    April 1, 1990

    I would like to make a radical proposal: to end the practice of interviewing job candidates at the annual meetings. The AHA has recently and laudably been concerned about the fairness of the interview...

  • Notable Achievements by Members, April 1990

    April 1, 1990

    Council for the International Exchange of Scholars Fulbright Awards, 1989–90 American History Elaine G. Breslaw, chair, history/geography, Morgan State University Joan L. Bromberg, dir. Laser Hist. Pr...

  • Copyright II: Research and Educational Photocopying

    April 1, 1990

    Despite its obvious connection to teaching and scholarship, American academicians have remained blissfully ignorant of our copyright law. Most know little more than the fact that authors have some rig...

  • In Memoriam: Nathan I. Huggins

    April 1, 1990

    Nathan I. Huggins, one of the leading scholars in the field of African-American studies, died December 5, 1989 at the age of sixty-two. Born in Chicago, Huggins was raised in the San Francisco Bay are...

  • In Memoriam: John L. Clive

    April 1, 1990

    John L. Clive, professor of history at Harvard University and winner of the National Book Award, died January 7, 1990 at the age of sixty-five. Clive won the National Book Award in 1974 for his biogra...

  • In Memoriam: Gerald T. White

    April 1, 1990

    Gerald T. White, noted historian of U.S. business and economic history, died on December 15, 1989 in Laguna Hills, CA at the age of seventy-seven. After leaving his boyhood home in Seattle, White grad...

  • In Memoriam: William Appleman Williams

    April 1, 1990

    William Appleman Williams, noted historian of American foreign policy, died March 5, 1990 at the age of sixty-eight. Williams was best known for his sharp criticism of American foreign policy and is c...

  • In Memoriam: Margaret Gay Davies

    April 1, 1990

    Margaret Gay Davies, former professor of history at Pomona College, died in Santa Barbara, CA on August 3, 1989 at the age of eighty-seven. The daughter of Edwin Francis Gay, professor of economic his...

  • In Memoriam: Lawrence A. Cardoso

    April 1, 1990

    Lawrence A. Cardoso, chair of the history department at the University of Wyoming, died October 15, 1989 at the age of forty-nine. Of Hispanic descent himself, Cardoso was an expert in the field of La...

  • In Memoriam: Robert Leslie Jones

    April 1, 1990

    Robert Leslie Jones, emeritus professor of history and former chair of the history department at Marietta College, died at his home on October 3, 1989 at the age of eighty-two. To generations of stude...