New AHA Executive Assistant and Convention Manager
November 1, 1988
Sharon K. Tune, formerly AHA administrative and editorial assistant, was promoted to executive assistant and convention manager, September 1, 1988. She succeeds Eileen Gaylard, who retired from that p...
Priorities and Challenges in Women's History Research
April 1, 1988
Women's history has made vast advances in the past twenty years. Where we are going with these advances, however, is less certain and where we should be going is something we might do well to consider...
A Neglected Field: The History of Natural Disasters
April 1, 1988
I was introduced to this field one evening in March 1964, when I received a telephone call from a colleague in the Disaster Research Center at my university—Ohio State. He asked me if I would like to ...
Demystifying Historical Authority: Critical Textual Analysis in the Classroom
February 1, 1988
Although historians urge the close, critical reading of documents in their own work and in the classroom, they rarely treat the textbooks, paperbacks, and articles they assign and review in the classr...
The FBI Files: A Challenge for Historians
March 1, 1980
From the March 1980 issue of the AHA Newsletter
The American Revolution Bicentennial and the Papers of Great White Men
November 1, 1971
From the November 1971 issue of the AHA Newsletter
Professional Comment and Controversy
June 1, 1970
From the June 1970 issue of the AHA Newsletter
Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, December 28-29, 1969
February 1, 1970
The Annual Business Meeting of the Association was called to order by President C. Vann Woodward at 8:40 p.m. on December 28, 1969, in the Sheraton Hall of the Sheraton-Park hotel in Washington, D. C....