Women, Gender, Sexuality
Taking Stock of Gender History at AHA19
Monica L. Mercado | Jan 3, 2019At AHA19, historians will find a diverse slate of discussions that center histories of women and gender.
AHA Member Spotlight: Thomas A. Foster
Matthew Keough | Dec 28, 2018Thomas A. Foster is a professor of history and associate dean for faculty affairs in the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University.
Townhouse Notes: Toxic Work Environments: The History of an Idea
From the Editor
Allison Miller | Dec 3, 2018Gender has long influenced expert thinking on workplace culture.
A Resilient Woman
From the President
Mary Beth Norton | Nov 13, 2018Mary Beth Norton’s remarkable mother never had a chance to earn a PhD but still taught classics at the university level.
Assessing Women’s History from a Personal Angle
Mary Beth Norton | Oct 25, 2018A surprising document in the AHA archives prompts a look back.
Writing the History of Sexual Assault in the Age of #MeToo
Amy Stanley | Sep 24, 2018What would happen if we just believed the women in our sources?
Teaching Decolonization Resources
Annabel LaBrecque | Jun 21, 2018The NHC's Teaching Decolonization Resource Collection provides materials for teachers to create a comprehensive unit on women and the Algerian War of Independence.
AHA Member Spotlight: Caroline Waldron Merithew
Matthew Keough | Jun 12, 2018Caroline Waldron Merithew is an associate professor of history at the University of Dayton. Her research interests include transnationalism, gender history, and labor history.
What is Trans History?
Kritika Agarwal | May 1, 2018Twenty years ago, trans history was a marginal field of study. Today, it's vibrant and full of potential. But what...