American Historical Review

  • Digitizing Migrant Networks

    Alex Lichtenstein | Dec 11, 2019

    The final AHR issue of 2019 features scholarship on Irish famine migrants, museum studies, and the Chinese-Korean border.
  • Going Nuclear

    Alex Lichtenstein | Oct 25, 2019

    The latest issue of the AHR features scholarship on nuclear warfare-and nuclear families.
  • Why Ruling Classes Fail

    Alex Lichtenstein | May 8, 2019

    The issue includes an “AHR Exchange” on the ruling elite, three research articles, and contributions to the new “History Unclassified” section.
  • Dealing with a Fragile Past

    Alex Lichtenstein | Apr 10, 2019

    Two essays consider the problem of losing the past, either through accidental destruction or through censorship.
  • Global Decolonization

    Alex Lichtenstein | Feb 11, 2019

    A series of essays explores strategies used by indigenous and colonized peoples from across the world to make sovereignty claims.
  • History over the Generations

    Alex Lichtenstein | Dec 3, 2018

    A cluster of essays offers perspectives on topics as diverse as queer history, Palestinian history, and generational change.
  • New Face at the American Historical Review

    AHA Staff | Dec 3, 2018

    The son of a typesetter, Nathan Draluck brings a blue-collar sensibility to the job of editing.
  • Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective

    Alex Lichtenstein | Oct 1, 2018

    Eight essays in a Roundtable tackle the history and historical study of Judeophobia.
  • Breaking the Rules

    Alex Lichtenstein | May 1, 2018

    The June issue of the American Historical Review features 13 very short essays on 1968.
  • Nations and Empires

    Alex Lichtenstein | Apr 2, 2018

    The April issue of the American Historical Review revives the long-discontinued practice of reviewing films of potential interest to historians.

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