Letter to a Prospective History Graduate Student
Christina Copland | Mar 5, 2018Christina Copland advises prospective history graduate students to think carefully about what they can do from day one to get...
History's Future: What the AHA Might Do for Emerging Scholars
Anita Casavantes Bradford | Feb 16, 2018In its mission to advocate on behalf of the individuals, activities, and interests that make up the ...
Focus on Faculty: Next Steps in the AHA Career Diversity for Historians Initiative
Emily Swafford | Feb 16, 2018What is the value and purpose of the history PhD—to the departments that grant it, to the graduate s...
Enrollment Declines Continue
Julia Brookins | Feb 12, 2018In 2017, the AHA conducted a second broad survey of enrollment in history courses (see “Survey Finds...
Christina Copland | Feb 5, 2018Christina Copland introduces The Graduate, a new series on AHA Today providing space for a productive dialogue about graduate student life.
On “A Mind of One’s Own: Promoting Mental Health among Grad Students”
Darcy R. Fryer | Jan 12, 2018To the editor:I read “A Mind of One’s Own: Promoting Mental Health among Grad Students” (November 20...
Next Steps for Career Diversity: Diving into Graduate Education
James Grossman | Dec 1, 2017When the AHA recently asked directors of graduate studies to articulate the purpose of their PhD pro...
A Mind of One’s Own: Promoting Mental Health among Grad Students
Lauren N. Haslem and Jennifer L. Foray | Nov 1, 2017Recent years have seen the proliferation of detailed and often pained first-person accounts of gradu...
Imagining PhD Orientation in 2022
James Grossman | Oct 1, 2017A version of this column first appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education on August 28, 2017.Imag...
Thinking Locally: Washington, DC, Grad Students Shape the Future
Amanda Perry and Thomas Patteson | Oct 1, 2017Last year, the National History Center (NHC) adopted DC History Grad, an organization we founded thr...