Teaching and Learning
Matt Drwenski and Dave Eaton | Jun 15, 2018The decision to change the AP World History course to start after 1450 CE has been met with strong resistance from students, teachers, and academics.
Cultivating Mentoring Relationships in Grad School
Sarah Mellors | Jun 14, 2018Students have more agency than they realize when it comes to getting the mentoring they need in grad school.
Digging through the Hillary Clinton Email Archive
Max Kemman | Jun 7, 2018Students in Max Kemman's digital history course use Voyant Tools to analyze the Hillary Clinton Email Archive.
History Education in Finland
Darcy R. Fryer | May 17, 2018Curious about how history education in Finland, Darcy R. Fryer, a history teacher from the Brearley School, visited some classes...
Making Historians in the Archive
Christina Copland | May 14, 2018Archival research, which often requires visiting depositories around the globe, plays a major role in shaping our identity as historians....
The Geography of History PhDs
Dylan Ruediger | May 7, 2018With information from 161 history PhD programs, the AHA's Where Historians Work illustrates the national landscape of employment for history PhDs.
Townhouse Notes: Feeling Good as Hell with a PhD
Allison Miller | May 1, 2018Many new PhDs skip commencement. But as a ritual, writes Allison Miller, editor of Perspectives, it matters.
The Real Academic World
Nancy Aguirre, Cristóbal A. Borges, John Paul A. Nuño, and Jamie Starling | May 1, 2018Informal discussions with people you appreciate, trust, and value can lead to great insight. At the ...
Jenny Barker-Devine | May 1, 2018Civic engagement isn't only for the tenured or the daring.
Reimagining the History Survey Course
Steven Mintz | Apr 23, 2018Faculty members at universities across the country are experimenting with new models for history survey courses and different approaches to...