Singular They: Nonbinary Language in the Historical Community
Laura Ansley | Apr 1, 2020
In 2019, Merriam-Webster declared "they" to be the Word of the Year, a singular pronoun that is also breaking through in historical research and teaching.
Responsibility and Civility: The Unwritten Essentials
From the President
Mary Lindemann | Mar 30, 2020
AHA president Mary Lindemann recommends embracing two values as a professional community.
Want to Write for the AHA? Apply to Become a Perspectives Summer Columnist
AHA Staff | Mar 27, 2020
Submit your application by May 17.
Learning Starts with People: Pedagogical Values in Online Teaching
Brandon Morgan | Mar 26, 2020
Though there isn't time this semester to build a whole online course, the principles that undergird online teaching and learning will help.
Grant of the Week: Historical Society of the Episcopal Church Grants
Karen Lou | Mar 31, 2020
The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church is now accepting applications for its 2020 grants.
Leadership during Crisis
Kathy Callahan | Mar 25, 2020
For department chairs, communication and clear expectations for faculty, deans, and students are essential during the pandemic crisis.
Assessment in Remote Classes
Cassandra L. Clark | Mar 24, 2020
An experienced online educator has tips for assignments and assessment.
Before You Do Anything, Start Here
Christina Ghanbarpour | Mar 20, 2020
Make your online course materials accessible with these tips.
In the Virtual Classroom
Sonja G. Ostrow | Mar 19, 2020
With many courses moving to platforms like Zoom, Sonja G. Ostrow offers ideas for conducting history classes over video conferencing.