Theodore Carter DeLaney Jr. (1943–2020)
David S. Peterson | Apr 28, 2021Theodore Carter DeLaney Jr., scholar of the American South and African American history, succumbed to pancreatic cancer on December 18, 2020.
Dina Kalman Spoerl | Apr 27, 2021Hannah Ditzler Alspaugh's clothing scrapbook chronicles a half-century of fabric swatches, with descriptions noting when each item was worn, for...
AHA Member Spotlight: Natsuko Matsumori
Matthew Keough | Apr 23, 2021Natsuko Matsumori is an associate professor of history of political thought at the University of Shizuoka. She lives in Kyoto...
Wrapping It Up
Alex Lichtenstein | Apr 22, 2021The June issue of the American Historical Review features three History Unclassified essays, seven articles, and a cluster of reviews...
History Podcasting Laid Bare
Laura Ansley | Apr 14, 2021How three historians worked with major outlets in the podcasting world to bring the salacious history of the Chippendales male...
AHA Member Spotlight: Warwick Anderson
Matthew Keough | Apr 9, 2021Warwick Anderson is a professor at the University of Sydney. He lives in Sydney, NSW, Australia, and has been a member since 1998.
Making the Best of the Worst-Case Scenario
Jake Wynn | Apr 7, 2021The National Museum of Civil War Medicine managed to close, reopen, close again, and build new digital offerings that expanded its audience.
A Tale of Two Catholic Presidents
Francine Uenuma | Apr 2, 2021Whereas JFK faced voters skeptical of him for merely being Catholic, Joe Biden must confront concerns about what kind of Catholic he is.
Meeting Need, Collecting Need
Amanda B. Moniz | Apr 1, 2021The National Museum of American History's curator of the history of philanthropy reflects on her efforts to document food insecurity during the COVID pandemic.
Terrence M. Cole (1953–2020)
Mary F. Ehrlander | Mar 31, 2021Terrence Cole, professor emeritus of history and Arctic and northern studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, died on December...