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  • In Memoriam: Michael Boro Petrovich

    November 1, 1989

    Michael Boro Petrovich, former Evjue-Bascom Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin, Madison died of cancer on March 28, 1989 at the age of 67. His death comes within a year of his retirem...

  • Successful Interviewing

    November 1, 1989

    The following discussion is directed both to interviewers and candidates, and rests on the assumption that these two parties need not have adversarial interests. Ideally, both want to exchange as much...

  • Highlights: 1989, San Francisco, CA

    November 1, 1989

    The theme for the 1989 meeting is "The French Revolution," and all sessions specifically related to that theme have been noted in the "Schedule of Sessions" section of the Program mailed to members in...

  • Statement on Interviewing for Historical Documentation

    October 1, 1989

    Editor's Note: Upon the recommendation of the Professional Division, the AHA Council approved at its May 1989 meeting the following addendum to the Association's Statement on Standards of Professional...

  • Advisory Opinion Regarding the Harassment of Job Candidates

    October 1, 1989

    Editor's Note: Upon the recommendation of the Professional Division, the AHA Council approved at its May 1989 meeting the following advisory opinion and authorized its inclusion as an addendum to the ...

  • Third Soviet-American Symposium

    October 1, 1989

    This was the third of a projected six symposia on the United States and the Soviet Union during World War II sponsored in the USSR by the Soviet Academy of Sciences and in the U.S. by the ACLS/IREX. T...

  • 1989 Annual Meeting, San Francisco

    October 1, 1989

    The 104th AHA annual meeting will be held in San Francisco, California, at the San Francisco Hilton and Tower. The reservation form for hotel accommodations is included in this removable insert of Per...

  • Graduate Applications: The Important Elements

    October 1, 1989

    Editor's Note: This essay was written at the request of the AHA's Committee on Women Historians, chaired by Professor Judith R. Walkowitz. While addressed directly to students, it will also interest t...

  • Notable Achievements by Members, October 1989

    October 1, 1989

    Former Librarian of Congress Daniel Boorstin was one of five awarded the newly created Charles Frankel Prize from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The prize honors Americans for their effort...

  • Teaching Social History: An Update

    October 1, 1989

    During the past decade a number of history educators have discussed the reasons for including social history approaches and findings in mainstream history teaching, and also the various mechanisms by ...