AHA Member Spotlight: Jocelyn Imani
Matthew Keough | May 8, 2018Jocelyn Imani is principal consultant at Cultural Interpretation Consultants, LLC. She researches student activism and cultural expression during the Black Power era.
Misha Appeltova, Zach Nacev, and Gregory Valdespino | May 3, 2018We stopped in front of a painting portraying a group of villagers by a river. “What do you see?” asked Elsie Hector Hernandez, owner and director of t...
Clio: Connecting Place with the Past
Zoe Jackson | Mar 12, 2018David Trowbridge hopes Clio will catch people at their "moment of curiosity" about a particular historical monument, and connect them to relevant historical scholarship.
Response to the "AHA Statement on Confederate Monuments"
AHA Activities, Letters to the Editor
David Lowenthal | Nov 1, 2017A letter to the editor responding to the AHA Statement on Confederate Monuments.
What Should We Do with Confederate Monuments?
Dane Kennedy | Oct 30, 2017The current controversy over Confederate monuments is about how we remember the past and interpret i...
AHA Statement on Confederate Monuments
AHA Staff | Oct 1, 2017The American Historical Association welcomes the emerging national debate about Confederate monument...
A Flag, a Dinner Bell, and a Hand-Dug Well
Michelle M. Martin | Mar 8, 2017When I began my directorship of the Little House on the Prairie Museum south of Independence, Kansas, the promise and...
Remembering Rondo: An Inside View of a History Harvest
Rebecca S. Wingo and Amy C. Sullivan | Mar 1, 2017In the late 1950s, the Department of Transportation started construction on I-94, linking the downto...
Greg Eow | Feb 1, 2017As I was beginning my final year of college in 1993, I had a conversation with my adviser that went ...