December 1995

Volume 33, Number 9
Contents of the online edition

Editor: Wendi A. Maloney

From the Director's Desk


  • There Goes the Republic: The National Assessment for Educational Progress Issues Report
    by Vernon Horn
  • Fate of Istook Amendment Is Still Unclear
  • National Center for History in the Schools to Revise History Standards
    by Gary Nash
  • National Archives Launches Strategic Initiative

Teaching Innovations

Contributing Editor: Robert Blackey

  • Maps, Methods, and Motifs: Cartographic Resources for Teaching History
    by Gerald A. Danzer
  • On a Wing and a Prayer: Teaching about World Religions
    by Ward McAfee

Professional Issues

Contributing Editor: David Katzman

Public History

Contributing Editors: John David Smith and William F. Willingham

  • Careers in Public History: Consulting Offers a Variety of Opportunities
    by Lisa Mighetto

Annual Meeting

  • H-Net: Humanities OnLine Demonstrations at Annual Meeting
    by Mark Lawrence Kornbluh
  • Important Details about the Annual Meeting
  • Annual Meeting to Feature a Wide Variety of Sessions
  • Final Reminders for Members Traveling to Atlanta
  • Dining in Atlanta: Annual Meeting Restaurant Guide
  • Program Highlights for Graduate Students
  • American Historical Association Guidelines for Interviewing
  • 1996 AHA General Meeting
  • National Grants and Fellowships Consultants to Hold Workship at Annual Meeting
  • Corrections to Annual Meeting Program

AHA Activities

  • AHA Election Results
  • AHA Expresses Gratitude to Many Who Donated to Cincinnati Fund
  • AHA Nominating Committee Encourages Members to Recommend Candidates for 1996 Elections
    by Jose Cuello
  • AHA Teaching Division Submits Fall Report
  • Activities of the AHA Committee on Minority Historians
  • AHA Welcomes New Staff Members
  • Association Acknowledges 1995 Endowment Donors

NCC Advocacy Update

  • December 1995
    by Page Putnam Miller