From Jazz Clubs to Barbershops and Museums
Karen Lou | Apr 15, 2021When Pixar decided to make their first animated film with a Black lead, they turned to historians and other consultants to get it right.
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.
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.
Sara E. Morris and Jenny Presnell | Mar 17, 2021Changes to newspaper collections are the proverbial canaries in the coal mines for the accessibility of standard library resources in the future.
Grant of the Week: William E. Foley Research Fellowship
Karen Lou | Mar 15, 2021The Missouri State Archives and the Friends of the Missouri State Archives are now accepting applications for its William E. Foley Research Fellowship.
Grant of the Week: Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Programs
Karen Lou | Mar 8, 2021The AHA is now accepting applications to nominate for the Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Programs.
Reconciling Professional Rifts
Beth DeBold | Jan 21, 2021Historians are rightly quick to note the transferability of a professional historian's skill set, but as with all things, there are limits.
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...
The Diffusion of Knowledge
James Grossman | Dec 16, 2020An expanded definition of scholarship can bring new imagination to what we do as historians.