A Resilient Woman
From the President
Mary Beth Norton | Nov 13, 2018
Mary Beth Norton’s remarkable mother never had a chance to earn a PhD but still taught classics at the university level.
Disability and Place: Interpreting Accessibility at FDR’s Home
Perri Meldon | Nov 15, 2018
Perceptions of disability have shifted over time. How can historical interpreters help visitors understand these changes?
Imagining the Digital Monograph: Publishers and Authors Pursue New Forms for Scholarship
Seth Denbo | Nov 1, 2018
University presses see possibilities for sustainable academic publishing.
What Does It Mean to Study History? Tuning in to the Discipline in the United States and around the World
Daniel J. McInerney | Nov 7, 2018
Two AHA19 sessions will offer a critical look at the accomplishments of Tuning.
Grant of the Week: LGBTQ Religious History Award
Zoë Jackson | Nov 16, 2018
The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network is accepting submissions for its annual LGBTQ Religious History Award.
AHA Member Spotlight: Josiah M. Daniel III
Matthew Keough | Nov 14, 2018
Josiah Daniel is a retired partner in residence at the international law firm Vinson & Elkins LLP.
Deeper Than Deep-Dish
Elizabeth Elliott | Nov 1, 2018
Reporter Steve Dolinsky sampled 101 pies to piece together Chi-Town’s complete pizza profile.
Abstract of the Presidential Address at the 2019 Annual Meeting
Mary Beth Norton | Nov 1, 2018
Come hear AHA president Mary Beth Norton speak at #AHA19.
Myths and Realities of the US Refugee Policy
Dane Kennedy | Oct 29, 2018
The vast majority of the 69 million people currently displaced will never come to the United States.