An Embarrassment of Witches
From the President
Mary Beth Norton | May 1, 2018WITCH HUNT!”That’s how President Donald Trump’s tweets tend to refer to the investigation led by Robert Mueller into possible collusion between his pr...
Charles Joyner (1935–2016)
Orville Vernon Burton | May 1, 2018Renowned and beloved historian of the American South Charles Joyner died on September 13, 2016.
AHA Member Spotlight: Jonathan Hancock
Matthew Keough | Apr 17, 2018Jonathan Hancock is an assistant professor of history at Hendrix College.
Swinging in the Sun: The History and Business of Spring Baseball
Zoe Jackson | Mar 26, 2018With baseball season almost upon us, Zoe Jackson describes how spring training has become as much about money and business as about playing the game.
The Struggle to Commemorate Reconstruction
Sarah Jones Weicksel | Mar 8, 2018Following the American Civil War, the United States engaged in a process of reconstruction that was ...
A Difficult Past: Interpreting Slavery at Presidential Plantations
Zoë Jackson | Feb 16, 2018In 2016, excavations at Highland—the Charlottesville, Virginia, home of President James Monroe—led t...
Familial Intrigue: A Historian's Attic Reveals Secrets from the Past
Jill Wharton | Feb 16, 2018Alice Echols’s discovery that her grandfather played a leading role in one of the biggest banking sc...
AHA Member Spotlight: Richard Moss
Matthew Keough | Feb 13, 2018Richard Moss is an associate professor of history at Harrisburg Area Community College. He lives in ...
AHA Member Spotlight: Michael Helms
Matthew Keough | Jan 30, 2018Michael Helms is a full-time information technology professional and a part-time student at North Ca...