Why Read "Why Learn History" (When It’s Already Summarized in This Article)?
Elizabeth Elliott | Aug 20, 2018
What’s the point of studying history if you can look up facts and figures on your smartphone?
Locked Out: Research Access as a Challenge for the Discipline
From the Research Division
Becky Nicolaides | Aug 6, 2018
How can historians turn out first-rate scholarship without access to commercial databases or university libraries?
Decolonizing the US History Survey: Integrating Native Voices and Experiences through Digital History
John Rosinbum | Aug 16, 2018
Digital history can help teachers integrate native voices and experiences in their classrooms.
RIP to the Liberal Order: American Mourning after the US-North Korea June Summit
Suzy Kim | Aug 13, 2018
Misgivings about the end of the liberal order following the US-North Korea summit ignore the US historical record.
Grant of the Week: NHC Residential Fellowships for HBCU Scholars
Zoë Jackson | Aug 15, 2018
The National Humanities Center welcomes fellowship applications from scholars engaged in advanced humanities research at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
AHA Member Spotlight: Claudio Saunt
Matthew Keough | Aug 14, 2018
Claudio Saunt is the Richard B. Russell Professor of History and department head at the University of Georgia.
Matthew Bowser | Aug 9, 2018
Economic stress and political upheaval have been historically responsible for Islamophobia in Myanmar.
2018–19 NASA and Jameson Fellowships Awarded
Elizabeth Elliott | Aug 3, 2018
The AHA announces the recipients of the 2018–19 Jameson and NASA fellowships.
Trash to Treasure
Chelsea Denault | Aug 2, 2018
An interest in the history of trash led this graduate student to a job in sustainability.