Elyse Martin | Feb 7, 2019Structures for student living reveal “the educational ideals of the people who built them.”
Texas Revises History Education, Again
Kritika Agarwal | Jan 11, 2019When you must teach to the test, curriculum comes down to content.
Remembering Birdland, a Jazz Icon
Elyse Martin | Dec 19, 2018The club holds a special place in New York City’s influential jazz scene.
Midwestern History Is on the Map
Kritika Agarwal | Dec 3, 2018Enough jokes about flyover country. The Midwest has always been complex.
One Small Step, 50 Years Later
Zoë Jackson | Dec 3, 2018Space historians and the institutions they serve are reevaluating the significance of Project Apollo.
Imagining the Digital Monograph
Seth Denbo | Nov 1, 2018University presses see possibilities for sustainable academic publishing.
AHA Staff | Nov 1, 2018In September, the AHA responded to several threats against historians’ academic freedom.
Kritika Agarwal | Oct 22, 2018Inside the movement to preserve objects and testimony from mass shootings and other public tragedies.
A Way Forward
Kritika Agarwal | Oct 1, 2018Native communities and archivists welcome the acceptance of professional guidelines for sensitive holdings in non-tribal institutions.
Audio for the Ages
Zoë Jackson | Oct 1, 2018The scholars behind PodcastRE work feverishly to make sure audio preservation is done right.