Teaching and Learning

  • Gateway to Change

    James Grossman and Andrew K. Koch | Mar 23, 2022

    With History Gateways, the AHA and the Gardner Institute's achievements went beyond what each could have done alone.
  • AHA22 Online

    AHA Staff | Mar 15, 2022

    Read about a selection of sessions that took place during AHA22 Online in late February.
  • National History Day Unites a Community

    Mary Manning | Mar 14, 2022

    At the regional level of National History Day, it's all about community connections.
  • Helping the Tired, the Poor, the Huddled Masses

    Grace Argo | Mar 10, 2022

    History students help attorneys with asylum cases in the University of Michigan’s Immigrant Justice Lab.
  • March Madness

    James H. Sweet | Feb 22, 2022

    Graduate students at most top-ranked universities now have guaranteed funding, and programs have cut cohort sizes. But has the practice...
  • The Danger of a Single Origin Story

    Emily Sclafani | Feb 9, 2022

    Historians emphasize the complexities and ambiguities inherent in understanding the past. But how do we teach those aspects of historical...
  • The State of the Unions

    Charles Steinman | Feb 3, 2022

    Historians have long studied labor, but graduate students are increasingly seeing themselves as labor. What does this mean for the study of history?
  • How Well Do You Know Your Students?

    Trinidad Gonzales | Feb 2, 2022

    Asking students about their lives can help instructors better accommodate their circumstances.
  • AHA22

    Photographs by Marc Monaghan | Jan 26, 2022

    After a year with no meeting, the AHA convened in New Orleans in January to discuss an assortment of topics.
  • Tracking the Night Marauder

    Nancy Locklin-Sofer | Jan 19, 2022

    Tracking a serial killer through eastern Tennessee, one historian uses a cold case to excite her students and focus her own research.
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