Not So Evident
Katherine Benton-Cohen | Mar 25, 2019How social science experts helped create the idea that immigration was a problem for the federal government to fix.
Rachel Van Bokkem | Jan 4, 2019Who qualifies as a refugee? And what mechanisms do world governments have to address the current crisis?
AHA Member Spotlight: Tatiana Linkhoeva
Matthew Keough | Nov 21, 2018Tatiana Linkhoeva is an assistant professor at New York University.
Myths and Realities of the US Refugee Policy
From the National History Center, Perspectives Daily
Dane Kennedy | Oct 29, 2018The vast majority of the 69 million people currently displaced will never come to the United States.
Kritika Agarwal | Jul 23, 2018Stripping naturalized immigrants of their citizenship wasn’t Trump’s idea.
Crossing the Florida Straits
Elizabeth Elliott | Apr 2, 2018In a new book about the 1980 Mariel boatlift, José Manuel García seeks to correct American and Cuban misperceptions about...
Otis L. Graham Jr. (1935–2017)
James M. Banner Jr. | Jan 1, 2018Otis L. Graham Jr., a historian of modern America, passed away on November 14, 2017
The Rise and Fall of DC’s Chinatown
Shaobin Zheng | Dec 29, 2017Even though only 300 Chinese Americans remain in DC's Chinatown, the neighborhood attests to the community's vibrant history in the city, writes Shaobin Zheng.
AHA Member Spotlight: Margaret Lynch-Brennan
Matthew Keough | Dec 27, 2017Margaret Lynch-Brennan is a current public scholar for Humanities New York