History of STEM
Can Plants Help Us to Understand COVID-19?
Matthew Plishka | Jul 12, 2021Many of the same mistakes and oversights that we see in human disease control today were made in the early 20th-century fight against Panama Disease.
Announcing the 2021–22 Jameson and NASA Fellows
AHA Activities, Perspectives Daily
Rebecca L. West | Jun 1, 2021Four promising scholars win fellowships to support significant new research.
Wrapping It Up
Alex Lichtenstein | Apr 22, 2021The June issue of the American Historical Review features three History Unclassified essays, seven articles, and a cluster of reviews...
Vaccine Hesitancy Is a 21st-Century Phenomenon
Gareth Millward | Apr 16, 2021Since the 1940s, vaccination campaigns have been held to increasingly high, and difficult to meet, standards.
AHA Member Spotlight: Warwick Anderson
Matthew Keough | Apr 9, 2021Warwick Anderson is a professor at the University of Sydney. He lives in Sydney, NSW, Australia, and has been a member since 1998.
Making the Best of the Worst-Case Scenario
Jake Wynn | Apr 7, 2021The National Museum of Civil War Medicine managed to close, reopen, close again, and build new digital offerings that expanded its audience.
Grant of the Week: Jaipreet Virdi 2021 Fellowship for Disability Studies
Karen Lou | Apr 5, 2021The Medical Heritage Library, Inc. (MHL) is is now accepting applications for its 2021 Jaipreet Virdi 2021 Fellowship for Disability Studies.
Referencing a Pandemic
Melanie A. Peinado | Mar 11, 2021As COVID-19 shuttered public life in the United States, the AHA geared up to document the many ways that historians responded to the crisis.
Howard P. Segal (1948–2020)
Alan I Marcus | Feb 26, 2021Howard P. Segal, a professor of history at the University of Maine, died on November 9, 2020, in Orono, Maine.