The Megaphone at 400 A Street SE: Historians' Voice in Public Culture
From the Executive Director
James Grossman | Oct 21, 2019
In 2019, the AHA has issued more letters and statements than in any previous year-how do we decide when to speak and what to say?
Students Think Critically by Acting Locally: An Unlikely Source of Local Policy Knowledge, History Undergraduates Take the Lead with a Unique Curriculum
Corey M. Brooks | Oct 22, 2019
In preparing a public briefing about poverty, undergraduate students connected with community policy makers and activists in York, Pennsylvania.
The Elephant in the Room: Career Diversity and the Crisis of Grad Student Mental Health
Erin Leigh Inama, Sarah Stoller, and James Vernon | Oct 17, 2019
Everyone knows depression and anxiety are endemic to graduate programs. Why can't we discuss them?
The Digital Polarization Initiative: Teaching History and Information Literacy
Quinn P. Dauer | Oct 15, 2019
The Digital Polarization Initiative allows students to address and correct online misconceptions about history.
AHA Member Spotlight: Nancy L. Green
Matthew Keough | Oct 18, 2019
Nancy L. Green is directrice d'études (professor) at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. She lives there and has been a member since 1982.
Grant of the Week: William L. Clements Library Research Fellowships
Karen Lou | Oct 16, 2019
The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan is now accepting applications for its Research Fellowships for the 2020 calendar year.
On To New York
Debbie Doyle | Oct 3, 2019
Donors to the Association: July 1, 2018–June 30,2019
AHA Staff | Oct 3, 2019
The AHA relies on generous contributions from members and patrons to support its activities.
Devon Reich | Oct 3, 2019
The history discipline faces threats from many corners. Find out what the AHA is doing to stop them.