Tuning the History Discipline
Clifford Adelman (1942–2018)
Daniel J. McInerney | Sep 4, 2018Clifford Adelman, a leading researcher on the conditions of US and global higher education, died on May 3, 2018, at the age of 75.
Reviving the Sleeping Giant: Historians Tackle the College-Level Survey Course
Guest Blogger | Oct 26, 2017By Jermaine ThibodeauxUndeterred by Hurricane Harvey, a dedicated group of history educators gathered at the Houston Community College campus to strat...
Declining Enrollments in History Courses
From the Teaching Division
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt | Oct 1, 2017Is your department suffering declining enrollments in history courses? The AHA Teaching Division is listening.
Announcing the Revised History Discipline Core
Ann Hyde | Feb 1, 2017The 2016 History Discipline Core is now available on the AHA website. It represents the AHA Tuning project’s effort to describe the skills, knowledge,...
Addressing the Issue of Declining Enrollments
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt | Oct 17, 2016In the September issue of Perspectives on History, Julia Brookins shared the results of an AHA surve...
Peer Reviewing History Assignments at the AHA Teaching Workshop
Guest Blogger | Oct 13, 2016By Nancy Quam-WickhamImagine a crowded room where students—shoulder to shoulder—worked frantically to complete architectural drawings. As the moment to submit...
AHA Holds Second Conference on Introductory History Courses in Texas
Guest Blogger | Sep 7, 2016By Jonathan LeeOn August 5 and 6, the AHA held its second annual Texas Conference on Introductory History Courses at...
Moving Forward with the Introductory History Course: Reflections from Texas
Guest Blogger | Dec 9, 2015Every student currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree at a public college or university in Texas is required to complete six...
AHA Tuning Project Holds Events around the Country
Julia Brookins | Dec 1, 2015The AHA Tuning project held four events around the country this fall, following up on the success of...