History of Science
Productivity Moves with Our Bodies
Ángela Vergara | Jul 6, 2020Living through a pandemic shifted one historian's approach to both her own productivity and the women she studies.
BleachMan Says, “Clean It with Bleach!”
Lindsey Passenger Wieck | Jun 22, 2020One HIV/AIDS public health campaign in San Francisco shows the importance of grassroots work.
Grant of the Week: The Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine Research Fellowships
Karen Lou | Jun 2, 2020The Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine is now accepting applications for its research fellowships.
Announcing the 2020–21 Jameson and NASA Fellows
AHA Activities, Perspectives Daily
Gabriella Virginia Folsom | Jun 1, 2020Four promising scholars win fellowships to support significant new research.
Precedents for a Pandemic
Seth Archer | May 26, 2020Epidemics have reshaped Native societies and cultures over the last five centuries.
Karl Hufbauer (1937–2020)
Timothy Tackett | May 22, 2020Karl Hufbauer, professor emeritus of history at the University of California, Irvine, died on January 28, 2020, at his home...
What’s the Big Deal with the Anthropocene?
R.E. Fulton | Apr 27, 2020New methodologies of environmental history were a major theme at the 2020 AHA annual meeting.
Medicare for All in the Age of Coronavirus
Nancy Tomes | Apr 24, 2020A history of the US health care system might help with understanding the terms of the Medicare for All debate and what is at stake.
A. Hunter Dupree (1921–2019)
John Hattendorf | Apr 16, 2020A. Hunter Dupree, an AHA member since 1946, died peacefully at home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on November 30, 2019.