Diversity Demands Struggle
David A. Varel | Jan 26, 2021Lawrence Reddick, an important figure in Black history during the mid-20th century, fought to center the work and perspectives of Black historians.
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...
Why is Charles Curtis’s Legacy So Complicated?
Kiara M. Vigil | Jan 19, 2021Charles Curtis, a member of the Kaw Nation and the first person of color to serve as vice president, is...
AHA Member Spotlight: Keisha A. Brown
Matthew Keough | Jan 15, 2021Keisha A. Brown is an assistant professor at Tennessee State University. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been a member since 2014.
The Story Doesn’t Fit in a Grid
Scott Fralin and Jessica Taylor | Jan 14, 2021"Pivoting to digital" during COVID-19 was one of the most fraught and trying experiences for the organizers of The Land...
Quincy T. Mills | Jan 5, 2021Managing an ambitious research agenda while managing his children's Zoomschooling required Quincy Mills to embrace working alongside them.
Ellis W. Hawley (1929–2020)
Shelton Stromquist | Dec 23, 2020Ellis Hawley, a much-admired historian of the 20th-century United States, died on September 15, 2020.
Norman Rockwell Meets Peyton Place
Ashley E. Bowen | Dec 17, 2020Jacqueline Jones, the AHA's 137th president, shares her goals for her presidential term and reflects on how her hometown shaped...
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.
AHA Member Spotlight: Emil Kerenji
Matthew Keough | Dec 11, 2020Emil Kerenji is an applied research scholar at Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States...