• AHA Member Spotlight: Rama Mantena

    Matthew Keough | Feb 19, 2021

    Rama Mantena is an associate chair in the Department of History and an associate professor of history and global Asian...
  • Is There Life in Outer Space?

    Dana Burton | Feb 18, 2021

    In the 1970s, NASA explored how to handle the discovery of life in outer space. 
  • American Solitude

    Jeffrey Mathias | Feb 17, 2021

    One year into the pandemic, what can we learn from mid-20th-century isolation studies?
  • As Many Voices As Possible

    Laura Ansley | Feb 11, 2021

    In Four Hundred Souls, Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain rallied 90 Black writers to build a sweeping, community history of African America. 
  • Grant of the Week: Summerlee Book Prize

    Karen Lou | Feb 8, 2021

    The Center for History and Culture of Southeast Texas and the Upper Gulf Coast at Lamar University is now accepting applications for its Summerlee Book Prize.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Nicholas Ostrum

    Matthew Keough | Feb 5, 2021

    Nicholas Ostrum is an adjunct instructor at the University of New Orleans, Xavier University of Louisiana, and Clark State Community...
  • Remote Reflections

    Tiana Wilson | Feb 2, 2021

    History graduate students working on dissertations during a pandemic must prioritize flexibility, creativity, and collectivity.
  • Grant of the Week: Antiquities Endowment Fund (AEF) Grants

    Karen Lou | Feb 1, 2021

    The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) is now accepting applications for its Antiquities Endowment Fund (AEF) Grants.
  • Jeffrey Cox (1947–2020)

    Linda K. Kerber, Shelton Stromquist, and Katherine H. Tachau | Jan 29, 2021

    Jeffrey Cox, a historian of Britain and religion, died on February 9, 2020.
  • Frank A. Kafker (1931–2020)

    Dennis A. Trinkle | Jan 29, 2021

    Frank A. Kafker died in Dedham, Massachusetts, on April 1, 2020, from complications associated with Parkinson's disease.

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