Cataloging Black Knowledge: How Dorothy Porter Assembled and Organized a Premier Africana Research Collection
Zita Cristina Nunes | Nov 20, 2018
A “bibliomaniac” forged an alternative to Eurocentric library classifications.
A Resilient Woman
From the President
Mary Beth Norton | Nov 13, 2018
Mary Beth Norton’s remarkable mother never had a chance to earn a PhD but still taught classics at the university level.
The AHA Is Renovating: Changes to the Townhouse Are Afoot
From the Executive Director
James Grossman | Nov 19, 2018
For ethical and practical reasons, the Association’s headquarters needs an overhaul.
Disability and Place: Interpreting Accessibility at FDR’s Home
Perri Meldon | Nov 15, 2018
Perceptions of disability have shifted over time. How can historical interpreters help visitors understand these changes?
Grant of the Week: LGBTQ Religious History Award
Zoë Jackson | Nov 16, 2018
The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network is accepting submissions for its annual LGBTQ Religious History Award.
AHA Member Spotlight: Josiah M. Daniel III
Matthew Keough | Nov 14, 2018
Josiah Daniel is a retired partner in residence at the international law firm Vinson & Elkins LLP.
What Does It Mean to Study History?
Daniel J. McInerney | Nov 7, 2018
Two AHA19 sessions will offer a critical look at the accomplishments of Tuning.
Imagining the Digital Monograph
Seth Denbo | Nov 1, 2018
University presses see possibilities for sustainable academic publishing.
Deeper Than Deep-Dish
Elizabeth Elliott | Nov 1, 2018
Reporter Steve Dolinsky sampled 101 pies to piece together Chi-Town’s complete pizza profile.