Townhouse Notes: Women Historians Speak from the AHA Archive
From the Editor
Allison Miller | Nov 1, 2018Unprocessed documents from the 1980s reveal feminist historians’ frustrations with sexism in the discipline.
Townhouse Notes: Reading the Rose Report in 2018
From the Editor
Allison Miller | Oct 1, 2018An AHA committee dropped a bombshell about discrimination against women in 1970. Can we still learn from it?
Results of the 2018 AHA Survey on Sexual Harassment
From the Executive Director
AHA Staff | Sep 27, 2018AHA president Mary Beth Norton and executive director James Grossman summarize the report’s findings.
Departmental Service with a Smile . . . Maybe!
Kevin Boyle | Sep 20, 2018History department chairs face issues specific to the discipline. The AHA can help.
How Did You Form Your Network?
Mary Beth Norton | Sep 14, 2018Academics depend on professional networks, but forming them can be a mysterious process.
The Business of Publishing Concerns Us All
Michael J. McGandy | Sep 4, 2018Scholarly communication is nothing without university presses. Is there room for a broader conversation about that at the annual meeting?
Letters of Rec
Suzanne Marchand | Sep 4, 2018Writing (and reading) these formulaic commendations is a task with few rewards.
Becky Nicolaides | Aug 6, 2018How can historians turn out first-rate scholarship without access to commercial databases or university libraries?
Why I Am a Historian
Lillian Guerra | Jul 2, 2018Confronting ignorance and racism pushed me into my career.