Teaching and Learning
Evan Faulkenbury | Oct 20, 2020SUNY Cortland decided to require a public history course because of its potential to attract new students, retain majors, and...
Greg Downs, Hilary N. Green, Scott Hancock, and Kate Masur | Oct 9, 2020Civil War historians took to the streets, parks, and visitor centers to demand better, more nuanced history during the first #WeWantMoreHistory day of action.
Middle Schoolers Take on Columbus
Alex Pinelli | Oct 8, 2020Teacher Alex Pinelli shares how he teaches about Christopher Columbus in a private Christian middle school.
Ellen Feingold and Leigh Gardner | Oct 6, 2020"Money and Exchange in West Africa" used a research-led digitization process to expand access to both museum objects and academic research.
Graduate Worker Organizing
Alan Parkes | Oct 1, 2020The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Teaching Assistant Association established a precedent for graduate worker organizing that remains vibrant 50 years on.
Why Study History? Revisited
Peter N. Stearns | Sep 18, 2020Two decades after writing a powerful response to the question "why study history," Peter Stearns revisits his answer.
Remote Reflections: Twice the Work and Half the Fun
Walter L. Buenger | Sep 14, 2020For faculty teaching online for the first time, spring 2020 could be a frustrating learning experience.
Grant of the Week: Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching
Karen Lou | Sep 11, 2020The Cherry Award program at Baylor University is now accepting applications for its 2022 Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching.
AHA Member Spotlight: Ted Dickson
Matthew Keough | Sep 4, 2020Ted Dickson is a history teacher and department chair at Providence Day School, Charlotte, North Carolina. He lives in Matthews,...