AHA Interviews, Good Intentions, and Unexpected Consequences
From the President
John R. McNeill | Aug 28, 2019What will happen now that the AHA will no longer host job interviews at its annual meeting?
Statement from the AHA on Domestic Terrorism, Bigotry, and History
American Historical Association | Aug 26, 2019Shortly after the November 2016 presidential election, the American Historical Association noted with dismay the “continuing evidence of polarization ...
2019 AHA Election Results
Compiled by Liz Townsend | Jul 22, 2019The AHA is pleased to announce results of the 2019 balloting for officers and committee members.
Archives and the Road to Accessibility
Angela Gallagher | Jul 15, 2019Much historical research requires visits to archives. An inclusive discipline will seek to expand accommodation of disabilities, for everyone's benefit.
The World-Class Photography of Ebony and Jet Is Priceless History. It’s Still Up for Sale.
Allison Miller | Jul 9, 2019Historians are concerned about what might happen to the legendary photo archive of the Johnson Publishing Company when it goes up for auction.
Grant of the Week: 2019 Delphi Award
Sarah Weicksel | Jun 7, 2019The Pullias Center for Higher Education is accepting applications for its 2019 Delphi Award until July 15.
Grant of the Week: Mellon Awards for Community-Based Archives
Elyse Martin | May 31, 2019The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has issued public call for proposals to community-based archives, with an application deadline of July 1, 2019.
On Tenure in Digital History
Lauren Tilton | May 20, 2019To the Editor:Making a case for tenure in digital history or public history is a difficult path. Mak...
Jargon in History Writing Shuts Out the Public
John R. McNeill | May 20, 2019Our society needs real history more than ever. We need to invite the curious, in true democratic fashion.