Boyd Howard Hill Jr. (1931–2018)
Scott G. Bruce and Sean Gilsdorf | Nov 1, 2018Boyd Howard Hill Jr., a scholar of medieval Germany and premodern medical history, died on July 2, 2018,
AHA Member Spotlight: Rachel Johnston-White
Matthew Keough | Oct 12, 2018Rachel Johnston-White is a postdoctoral fellow at the Vienna School of International Studies.
Magda Ádám (1925–2017)
László Borhi and Carole Fink | Oct 1, 2018Magda Ádám, one of Hungary’s foremost diplomatic historians, died on January 27, 2017.
Sally Marks (1931–2018)
Carole Fink | Sep 4, 2018Sally Marks, one of the most influential historians of interwar diplomacy, died on January 13, 2018, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Hayden V. White (1928–2018)
Tyler Stovall | Sep 4, 2018Hayden V. White, a leading intellectual and theoretical historian, died on March 5, 2018, at his home in Santa Cruz, California.
AHA Member Spotlight: Suzanne Sutherland
Matthew Keough | Jul 24, 2018Suzanne Sutherland is an assistant professor at Middle Tennessee State University.
Grant of the Week: 2018 Snell Prize in European History
Zoë Jackson | Jul 11, 2018The European History Section of the Southern Historical Association is accepting submissions for the 2018 Snell Prize in European History until August 1.
AHA Member Spotlight: Sean Farrell
Matthew Keough | Jun 19, 2018Sean Farrell is associate professor of history at Northern Illinois University.
Demolishing “Participatory Dictatorship”
Andrew Demshuk | May 21, 2018The destruction of Leipzig's University Church in 1968 revealed the insincerity of the German Democratic Republic's rhetoric of "people's democracy," writes Andrew Demshuk.