When a Journal Is a Scam
Debjani Bhattacharyya with Seth Denbo | Sep 17, 2018I receive a certain kind of email mostly in the wee hours of the morning. Often, when I open my inbox, the first few are invitations from journals foc...
From the Research Division
Becky Nicolaides | Aug 6, 2018How can historians turn out first-rate scholarship without access to commercial databases or university libraries?
The Story of the Multigraph Collective
Allison Miller | May 1, 2018The Multigraph Collective, a group of 22 scholars, is behind Interacting with Print, a new book about print culture and...
Access to Digital Resources
From the Executive Director
James Grossman | Apr 2, 2018Historians don’t need laboratories. For years, this truism was one way we distinguished ourselves from our colleagues in the sciences, even claiming a...
Townhouse Notes: Writing, Copyediting, and Your First Book
Allison Miller | Dec 1, 2017A friend sent a slightly panicked text after she’d gotten her copyedited manuscript back from the un...
On Alternative Facts
Robert Blackey | Oct 1, 2017To the editor:As someone who has been active and has published in the field of history teaching and ...
Documenting Foreign Relations: Office of the Historian Releases Records on Iran, the Cold War, and More
Zoë Jackson | Oct 1, 2017In January 1977, the American Embassy in Warsaw hosted a screening of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nes...
Peer Review at the AHR: A Conversation with Alex Lichtenstein
Seth Denbo | Sep 15, 2017Alex Lichtenstein began a four year term as the editor of the American Historical Review (AHR) last ...
When Historians Collaborate, Scholarship Benefits
Christine Saidi, Catherine Cymone Fourshey, and Rhonda M. Gonzales | Aug 14, 2017Three historians, Christine Saidi, Catherine C Fourshey, & Rhonda M Gonzales, share their experiences with collaboration & its impact on their scholarship.