The Degradation of History
Victor Medina Del Toro | Dec 13, 2018Concern for the state of archives should not require spectacular events like fire or armed conflict.
AHA Member Spotlight: Mary Robertson
Matthew Keough | Nov 27, 2018Mary Robertson is the retired curator of medieval and British historical manuscripts at the Huntington Library.
Cataloging Black Knowledge
Zita Cristina Nunes | Nov 20, 2018A “bibliomaniac” forged an alternative to Eurocentric library classifications.
Kritika Agarwal | Oct 22, 2018Inside the movement to preserve objects and testimony from mass shootings and other public tragedies.
The Mystery of the Commandant’s Writing
Trudy Harrington Becker | Oct 15, 2018Online transcription projects are a dime a dozen. But deciphering one soldier’s undigitized letters proved magical to these freshmen.
A Way Forward
Kritika Agarwal | Oct 1, 2018Native communities and archivists welcome the acceptance of professional guidelines for sensitive holdings in non-tribal institutions.
Audio for the Ages
Zoë Jackson | Oct 1, 2018The scholars behind PodcastRE work feverishly to make sure audio preservation is done right.
Storming through Research
Aura S. Jirau | Jul 19, 2018Hurricane María left no part of Puerto Rico untouched. How did it impact historians?
Making Historians in the Archive
Christina Copland | May 14, 2018Archival research, which often requires visiting depositories around the globe, plays a major role in shaping our identity as historians....
Archiving the Final Frontier
Zoë Jackson | May 1, 2018Research in space history is often hampered by large gaps in the archives.