What’s Next for Blogging as Public Engagement?
Bobby Cervantes | Jul 28, 2021Bobby Cervantes reflects on the flourishing history blogs that are connecting academic historians to public audiences.
Public History in the Wild
Rebecca S. Wingo and Lindsey Passenger Wieck | Jul 26, 2021When two historians swapped a syllabus over multiple semesters, it improved both the assignments and student experience.
Linda Hunter Rowe (1945–2020)
Cathleene B. Hellier | Jul 19, 2021Linda Hunter Rowe, a historian for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation who retired in 2017 after 50 years of service, died on October 23, 2020.
You Are Only as Good as Your Sources
Bobby Cervantes | Jul 6, 2021Journalists and historians share a fixation on sources, but how and when they use a source differs in important ways.
History Museums Are Vibrant Civic Spaces
Caroline Klibanoff | Jun 9, 2021History museums contribute to a vibrant civic culture yet were all but ignored in the New York Times' recent Museums section.
Meet the 2021 Perspectives Daily Summer Columnists
Laura Ansley | Jun 7, 2021Introducing the three graduate students who will write about narrative and podcasts, the relationship between history and journalism, and the history of plant disease.
Emily Greenwald | Jun 2, 2021With archives and other repositories closed for more than a year, Historical Research Associates kept clients' projects going by digging deeper into online resources.
Colorizing Photos from the Past
Tara Tran | May 20, 2021An artist's efforts to colorize and alter images of people incarcerated, tortured, and murdered by the Khmer Rouge perpetuated a...
AHA Member Spotlight: Brandi Townsend
Matthew Keough | May 18, 2021Brandi Townsend is an assistant teaching professor at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. She lives in Santiago, Chile, and has been a member since 2007.