• Empires, Families, and Engaged History

    Mark Philip Bradley | Apr 28, 2022

    Questions of empire, race, family, and knowledge production weave throughout the articles in the latest AHR issue.
  • On the Ordering of Affairs

    David MacLaren McDonald | Apr 13, 2022

    Even when it's an easy decision, a professor's retirement is a process that requires planning.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Marianne S. Wokeck

    Matthew Keough | Apr 1, 2022

    Marianne S. Wokeck is a professor emeritus at Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis. She lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, and has been a member since 1977.
  • Tyler Stovall (1954–2021)

    Michael G. Vann | Mar 31, 2022

    On December 10, 2021, Tyler Stovall suddenly and unexpectedly passed away in New York City.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Rachel Rothstein

    Matthew Keough | Mar 11, 2022

    Rachel Rothstein is a teacher and dean of social studies and the director of the Israel Poland Experience at the Weber School.
  • Townhouse Notes

    Leland Renato Grigoli | Mar 9, 2022

    When current events stress you out, reading lots of 700-year-old legal documents can be just the thing you need to relax.
  • John R. Gillis (1939–2021)

    James M. Banner, Jr. and James J. Sheehan | Feb 28, 2022

    John R. Gillis, professor emeritus at Rutgers University, died in Berkeley, California, on December 7, 2021.
  • Trolling History

    Alexandra F. Levy | Feb 14, 2022

    Academics who speak out publicly to keep the historical record straight are often belittled, harassed, and threatened, but silence cedes...
  • The State of the Unions

    Charles Steinman | Feb 3, 2022

    Historians have long studied labor, but graduate students are increasingly seeing themselves as labor. What does this mean for the study of history?
  • Donald D. Horward (1933–2021)

    Michael V. Leggiere | Jan 31, 2022

    Donald D. Horward, historian of France, passed away at age 88 on October 31, 2021.

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