From Personal to Professional: Collaborative History Blogs Go Mainstream
Sadie Bergen | Apr 1, 2017In 2012, when Jacqueline Antonovich, then a first-year graduate student at the University of Michigan, founded the blog Nursing Clio, maintaining it w...
Sadie Bergen | Feb 1, 2017On January 18, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA confirmed 2016 as the hottest year on record. Just two days later, Donald ...
Rare Air: Pan Am and the Height of Style
Kritika Agarwal | Jan 9, 2017With its legacy of dashing pilots, clean-cut attendants, and speedy flights to exotic destinations in “clippers” emblazoned with its distinct blue log...
Digitizing Cultural Heritage: Historic Preservation and the Mogao Caves in China
Seth Denbo | Dec 1, 2016How do you look after a unique, irreplaceable, and fragile historic site that has over 2,000 sculptures and 45,000 square meters of painted murals, al...
A Textbook Case: Texas Educators Fight for K–12 Mexican American Studies
Kritika Agarwal | Dec 1, 2016For more than a decade, some students in the majority-Latino/a Tucson Unified School District (TUSD)...
Doing Right Online: Archivists Shape an Ethics for the Digital Age
Kritika Agarwal | Nov 1, 2016At a time when the CIA invests in companies that develop surveillance technologies for social media,...
Office of the Historian Releases New FRUS Volumes: Historical Advisory Committee Cautiously Optimistic
Rachel Van Bokkem | Nov 1, 2016In September 2016, lawmakers in Washington accused Russia of “making a serious and concerted effort ...
Contrary to Popular Belief: Recovering the Grassroots History of American Atheism
Allison Miller | Nov 1, 2016In the 1920s, the small town came in for ruthless ridicule from the likes of Sinclair Lewis and H. L...
Seoul Custody: A Discovery in LA’s Old Koreatown Sets Off a Dispute
Kritika Agarwal and Sang June Oh | Oct 17, 2016In 2003, Los Angeles contractors renovating a modest, one-story white building—the former headquarte...