Elizabeth Elliott | Dec 1, 2017Nick Johnson calls himself a “hempiricist”—the Colorado State University MA and senior associate editor of Colorado Encyclopedia writes prolifically f...
“Dogs Were Our Defenders!”
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 16, 2017An early 20th-century tax on owning dogs played a crucial role in shaping agriculture & labor relations during colonialism in Namibia, argues Bernard Moore.
Killing for Sheep
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 9, 2017Over the course of my research into sheep farming in Namibia during the colonial and apartheid periods (emphasis on 1915–82),...
Sadie Bergen | Feb 1, 2017On January 18, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA confirmed 2016 as the hottest year on record. Just two days later, Donald ...
AHA Member Spotlight: Yovanna Pineda
Matthew Keough | Nov 8, 2016Yovanna Pineda is an associate professor at the University of Central Florida. She lives in Orlando, Florida, and has been...
The “Animal Turn” in History
Dan Vandersommers | Nov 3, 2016By Dan VandersommersOver the past few years, the humanities have been confronting a paradigm shift.After the cultural and linguistic turns of...
Putting Zika in Historical Context
Dane Kennedy | Sep 20, 2016The Zika virus has recently announced its unwelcome arrival in the continental United States. In addition to over 2,500 individuals...
Teaching with ORBIS
John Rosinbum | Sep 19, 2016John Rosinbum on how he uses ORBIS, a program that allows users to interact with maps of Ancient Rome, in...
The Privatization of Animal Life and the Future of Circus Elephants in America
Susan Nance | May 31, 2016By Susan NanceRingling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus has just retired elephants from its traveling shows, two years ahead...