From the Executive Director

  • AHA and OAH Join Coalition to Combat Misinformation

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman and Beth English | Sep 15, 2021

    The AHA and the OAH have joined Learn from History, a coalition opposing efforts that would limit the ability of...
  • An Epidemic of Hostility

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman | Aug 10, 2021

    We are looking at an epidemic of hostility toward expertise itself, drawing on a cynical language of antielitism to undermine...
  • Never One Person

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman | Apr 19, 2021

    Collaborative writing, productive disagreements, and consensus building shape the final form of AHA statements.
  • How Can We Help?

    AHA Activities, From the Executive Director

    James Grossman | Mar 24, 2021

    Members of the AHA participate in a community of historians with a central purpose: advocating for one another and for our work as historians.

Most Recent

  • A Paradox

    James Grossman | Feb 9, 2021

    A call to action for historians: show up without a special invitation.
  • Racist Histories and the AHA

    Sarah Weicksel and James Grossman | Jan 27, 2021

    The AHA has begun an initiative to document and reckon with the Association's role in the dissemination and legitimation of...
  • The Diffusion of Knowledge

    James Grossman | Dec 16, 2020

    An expanded definition of scholarship can bring new imagination to what we do as historians.
  • Official Comments on Federal Regulations

    James Grossman | Nov 19, 2020

    In addition to official statements and letters, the AHA submits official "comments" on postings in the Federal Register.
  • History, Deliberation, and Civic Culture

    James Grossman | Oct 21, 2020

    Historical exploration in the classroom and beyond can indeed engender and exacerbate conflict, but such exposure is essential for any true movement toward national unity.

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