Grant of the Week: Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize
Zoe Jackson | Oct 25, 2017The Labor and Working-Class History Association announces its annual Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize.
“Vermin are Like Weeds in Your Garden”: Fences, Poisons, and Agricultural Transformation in Colonial Namibia
Bernard C. Moore | Jul 20, 2017
Killing for Sheep
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 9, 2017Blog Contest winner Bernard C. Moore's blog series explores how vermin control transformed southern Namibian agriculture under apartheid and colonialism.
Race, Class, and History in the Trump Era
Tyler Stovall | May 1, 2017From the President
The Muddled History of the Denver Omelet
Rick Halpern | Jan 8, 2017
AHA Member Spotlight: James Benton
Matthew Keough | Dec 14, 2016
Welfare Reform and the Politics of Race
Premilla Nadasen | Aug 22, 2016Premilla Nadasen on how the racialized rhetoric of work over dependency reflected in the '96 welfare reform act continues to have an impact today.
AHA Member Spotlight: Alex Zukas
Matthew Keough | Jul 14, 2016
AHA Member Spotlight: Michael F. Magliari
Matthew Keough | May 19, 2016
Class Struggle or Sectionalism?
Robin Einhorn | Apr 11, 2016