Self-Publishing a Second Edition
Marc Levinson | May 27, 2020Self-publishing a second edition of his book took over two years, but Marc Levinson found it a worthwhile endeavor.
Precedents for a Pandemic
Seth Archer | May 26, 2020Epidemics have reshaped Native societies and cultures over the last five centuries.
David F. Healy (1926–2019)
Walter (Bud) Weare | May 22, 2020David F. Healy, professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and historian of US foreign policy in the Caribbean, died on April 28, 2019.
Charles Royster (1944–2020)
Gaines Foster | May 22, 2020Charles Royster, a student of early America and the Civil War, died on February 6, 2020.
AHA Member Spotlight: Sarah E. Patterson
Matthew Keough | May 21, 2020Sarah E. Patterson is a research historian at SNA International/Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency. She lives in Bellevue, Nebraska, and has been a member since 2015.
Alex Lichtenstein | May 20, 2020This year marks the bicentennial of the Haitian Republic. The latest issue of the AHR includes both a Forum and...
Rumors of War Arrives in the South
Ryan K. Smith | May 18, 2020The erection of a Kehinde Wiley statue in the former Confederate capital is part of Richmond's latest struggle with Civil War history.
AHA Member Spotlight: Lilia Fernández
Matthew Keough | May 14, 2020Lilia Fernández is an associate professor and the Henry Rutgers Term Chair at Rutgers University. She lives in New Brunswick,...
Grant of the Week: Smith Book Award
Karen Lou | May 12, 2020The Southern Historical Association is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Smith Book Award.