AHA Member Spotlight: Samuel Yamashita
Matthew Keough | Aug 27, 2021Samuel Yamashita is the Henry E. Sheffield Professor of History in the Department of History, Pomona College, in Claremont, California.
From Water and Radicalism to Archival Friendships
Mark Philip Bradley | Aug 25, 2021The September issue of the American Historical Review showcases the chronological, methodological, and spatial reach that has become a hallmark...
Nurturing the Remarkable Energy of History
Ashley E. Bowen | Aug 24, 2021Meet Mark Philip Bradley, who started a five-year term as editor of the American Historical Review in August.
Dennis Frost | Aug 23, 2021With six decades of history, Japan's Paralympic roots run far deeper than most people realize.
The Phantom Olympics
Paul Droubie | Jul 21, 2021Japan's decision to forfeit hosting the 1940 Olympic Games was the result of conflicting ideological impulses at the core of its Olympic bid.
Navigating Life from Scratch
Cheryl Greenberg | Jul 19, 2021Holding two Fulbrights, one in Finland and another in China, was a constructive kind of culture shock for historian Cheryl Greenberg.
Colorizing Photos from the Past
Tara Tran | May 20, 2021An artist's efforts to colorize and alter images of people incarcerated, tortured, and murdered by the Khmer Rouge perpetuated a...
AHA Member Spotlight: Natsuko Matsumori
Matthew Keough | Apr 23, 2021Natsuko Matsumori is an associate professor of history of political thought at the University of Shizuoka. She lives in Kyoto...
Wrapping It Up
Alex Lichtenstein | Apr 22, 2021The June issue of the American Historical Review features three History Unclassified essays, seven articles, and a cluster of reviews...