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    Adam Shprintzen | Nov 25, 2020

    Everything has a history, including Protose cutlets, an early 20th-century meat substitute.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Allison Blakely

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    Matthew Keough | Nov 20, 2020

    Allison Blakely is a professor emeritus of European and comparative history at Boston University. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland,...
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    Patricia Albjerg Graham | Nov 13, 2020

    Fifty years after the 1970 Rose Report, Patricia Albjerg Graham reflects on the need for the Committee on the Status...
  • Black Internationalism, Plagues, and Toxicity

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    Alex Lichtenstein | Nov 12, 2020

    The December issue of the AHR features a pair of articles on pandemic history, a History Unclassified essay on illness...

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    Karen Lou | Nov 9, 2020

    The Georgia Historical Society is now accepting applications for its Vincent J. Dooley Distinguished Research Fellowships.
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    Matthew Keough | Nov 6, 2020

    Cristina Soriano is an associate professor at Villanova University. She lives in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and has been a member since 2010.
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    Daniela Sheinin | Nov 5, 2020

    The University of Michigan's grad students are sharing their research on a new public platform: a podcast.
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    Mary Beth Norton | Oct 30, 2020

    Bernard Bailyn, historian of early America and the Atlantic world, died of congestive heart failure at age 97 on August...
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    Jeffrey S. Gurock | Oct 30, 2020

    Moses Rischin, professor emeritus at San Francisco State University (SFSU) and a pioneer in the professionalization of the study of...

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