Slowing It Down
Alex Lichtenstein | Feb 24, 2021The March issue of the AHR features the AHA presidential address, five full-length articles, two History Unclassified essays, reviews of video games...
Grant of the Week: NHPRC-Mellon Start-Up Grants for Collaborative Digital Editions
Karen Lou | Jan 25, 2021The National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), with funding provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is noe accepting...
The Pith Helmet
Everything Has a History
Carina Ray | Sep 23, 2020Everything has a history, including the pith helmet.
Neoliberalism’s Long Legacies
Joaquín M. Chávez | Sep 22, 2020Chile and Venezuela are just two nations that may feel the effects of the 2020 US elections.
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.
AHA Member Spotlight: Lilia Fernández
Matthew Keough | May 14, 2020Lilia Fernández is an associate professor and the Henry Rutgers Term Chair at Rutgers University. She lives in New Brunswick,...
AHA Member Spotlight: Celso Thomas Castilho
Matthew Keough | May 7, 2020Celso Thomas Castilho is an associate professor at Vanderbilt University. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been a member since 2008.
AHA Member Spotlight: Ernesto Capello
Matthew Keough | Apr 16, 2020Ernesto Capello is a professor of Latin American history at Macalester College. He lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and has been a member since 2004.
Elyse Martin | Apr 15, 2020How do you write a history that has been deliberately obfuscated and erased?