November 30, 2023
In early 14th-century France, one town was built upon a modern foundation: the blank form.
Trouble in Texas: Culture Wars, the Meaning of History, and Academic Freedom
November 29, 2023
A political controversy couched as a leadership fight roils the Texas State Historical Association.
Him Mark Lai (1925–2009)
November 28, 2023
This Long Overdue tribute honors historian Him Mark Lai, who died in 2009.
Planning the Annual Meeting: Behind the Scenes at the AHA
November 20, 2023
How much work does it take to run the world’s largest annual gathering of historians?
AHA Member Spotlight: Victoria Haskins
November 17, 2023
Victoria Haskins is a historian at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and has been a member since 2015.
New Faces at the AHA: Meet Scot McFarlane and Ben Rosenbaum
November 16, 2023
The AHA welcomes two new staff members: Scot McFarlane and Ben Rosenbaum.
Spoiled Fruits: Environmental Inequality in Silicon Valley
November 15, 2023
Silicon Valley is often touted as eco-friendly today, yet the environmental history of the region tarnishes that reputation.
Abstract of the Presidential Address at the 2024 Annual Meeting: “Conversations with the Dead”
November 14, 2023
The presidential address will take place on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the 2024 AHA annual meeting.
Lighting the Way: Bringing Lessons from WWII Veterans to Today’s Students
November 13, 2023
What lessons does WWII hold for future generations?
Staleness: The Psychological Consequences of Aerial Combat in World War I
November 9, 2023
Ideals of masculinity influenced the treatment of US airmen’s psychological issues during World War I.