The Integrity of History Education: Bills Censoring K–12 Classrooms Censor Higher Education as Well
From the Executive Director
James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young | Feb 8, 2023
Laws that restrict history education are spreading.
Townhouse Notes: Ghosts in the Machine
From the Editor
L. Renato Grigoli | Feb 7, 2023
How worried should teachers be about artificial intelligence?
Sonoran Soundscapes: Military Airspace and Public Lands
Alyssa Kreikemeier | Feb 2, 2023
The clash between public lands held for conservation and used by the US military often comes down to one thing: noise.
Trees and the College Campus
Everything Has a History
Elizabeth Stice | Jan 30, 2023
The tree has become an essential symbol of college life.
Grant of the Week: Rose Library Research Fellowships
Lizzy Meggyesy | Feb 3, 2023
Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Books Library is now accepting applications for their 2023 Research Fellowships. Applications are due by February 28th; award announcements will be made on April 12, 2023.
Liu Kwang-Ching (1921–2006)
Don C. Price | Jan 31, 2023
This Long Overdue tribute honors historian Liu Kwang-Ching, who died on September 28, 2006.
Actions by the AHA Council
AHA Staff | Jan 31, 2023
Find out what the AHA Council was up to in the second half of 2022.
AHA Member Spotlight: Susan Ferentinos
Matthew Keough | Jan 27, 2023
Susan Ferentinos is a self-employed public history researcher, writer, and consultant. She lives in Port Townsend, Washington, and has been a member since 2016.
Photographs by Marc Monaghan | Jan 25, 2023
Historians visited the City of Brotherly Love for four days of discussions on a variety of topics.