Everything Has a History
L. Renato Grigoli | Nov 30, 2023
In early 14th-century France, one town was built upon a modern foundation: the blank form.
Trouble in Texas: Culture Wars, the Meaning of History, and Academic Freedom
Carlos Kevin Blanton | Nov 29, 2023
A political controversy couched as a leadership fight roils the Texas State Historical Association.
Him Mark Lai (1925–2009)
In Memoriam, Long Overdue
Gordon H. Chang and Madeline Y. Hsu | Nov 28, 2023
This Long Overdue tribute honors historian Him Mark Lai, who died in 2009.
Planning the Annual Meeting: Behind the Scenes at the AHA
AHA Activities, Annual Meeting
Alexandra F. Levy | Nov 20, 2023
How much work does it take to run the world’s largest annual gathering of historians?
AHA Member Spotlight: Victoria Haskins
AHA Staff | Nov 17, 2023
Victoria Haskins is a historian at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and has been a member since 2015.
New Faces at the AHA
Lizzy Meggyesy | Nov 16, 2023
The AHA welcomes two new staff members: Scot McFarlane and Ben Rosenbaum.
Jason A. Heppler | Nov 15, 2023
Silicon Valley is often touted as eco-friendly today, yet the environmental history of the region tarnishes that reputation.
Abstract of the Presidential Address at the 2024 Annual Meeting
Edward Muir | Nov 14, 2023
The presidential address will take place on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the 2024 AHA annual meeting.
Lighting the Way
Alex Kershaw | Nov 13, 2023
What lessons does WWII hold for future generations?