Gruesome but Honorable Work
Kim Clarke | May 24, 2021Grieving family members were instrumental in the creation of a federal program to rebury and repatriate the remains of fallen soldiers after World War II.
AHA Member Spotlight: Yan Xu
Matthew Keough | Mar 19, 2021Yan Xu is an associate professor of history and chair at Spelman College. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and has been a member since 2012.
Working with Death
Ruth Lawlor | Dec 15, 2020For historians studying violence, the archive they confront is one of intense feeling and, often, trauma preserved and rearticulated in the present.
Grant of the Week: William L. Clements Library Fellowships
Karen Lou | Dec 7, 2020The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan is now accepting applications for its research fellowships.
Peter Paret (1924–2020)
Carl Boyd | Nov 30, 2020On September 11, 2020, Peter Paret died peacefully at his home in Salt Lake City at the age of 96.
AHA Member Spotlight: Siegfried H. Sutterlin
Matthew Keough | Jul 30, 2020Siegfried H. Sutterlin is a former senior Fulbright scholar in Europe and retired historian, having been professionally associated with seven...
AHA Member Spotlight: Dean F. Oliver
Matthew Keough | Jul 16, 2020Dean F. Oliver is a senior director of research and chief curator at the Canadian Museum of History. He lives...
Sanctuary or Battlefield?
Stephen Buono | Jul 15, 2020AHA NASA fellow Stephen Buono reflects upon the long struggle between peace and militarization in outer space.
Charles Royster (1944–2020)
Gaines Foster | May 22, 2020Charles Royster, a student of early America and the Civil War, died on February 6, 2020.