Empires, Families, and Engaged History
Mark Philip Bradley | Apr 28, 2022Questions 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, 2022Even 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, 2022Marianne 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, 2022On December 10, 2021, Tyler Stovall suddenly and unexpectedly passed away in New York City.
AHA Member Spotlight: Rachel Rothstein
Matthew Keough | Mar 11, 2022Rachel Rothstein is a teacher and dean of social studies and the director of the Israel Poland Experience at the Weber School.
Leland Renato Grigoli | Mar 9, 2022When 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, 2022John R. Gillis, professor emeritus at Rutgers University, died in Berkeley, California, on December 7, 2021.
Alexandra F. Levy | Feb 14, 2022Academics 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, 2022Historians 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, 2022Donald D. Horward, historian of France, passed away at age 88 on October 31, 2021.