The Nominating Committee: Behind the Scenes at the AHA
April 25, 2023
How is the AHA’s slate of candidates selected?
2023 AHA Research Grant Winners
April 24, 2023
The AHA is pleased to announce the 2023 winners of its research grants.
Grant of the Week: International Research and Studies (IRS) Grant Competition
April 21, 2023
The International Research and Studies (IRS) Grant Competition is now accepting applications. The deadline to apply is May 12, 2023.
The Berkeley Pipeline Program: Demystifying the History PhD for Students from Historically Excluded Backgrounds
April 20, 2023
Pipeline programs help underprivileged students get the guidance they need to apply for and succeed in PhD programs.
What Use Is a Book? Teaching Students to Look Beyond Their Screens
April 19, 2023
In a digital age, what is the relationship between information and the medium that conveys it?
Teaching the History Wars
April 18, 2023
In a seminar on the history wars, Megan Threlkeld provides students with a strong foundation for understanding the stakes of battles over history and the humanities.
After Funding Wins for the Humanities in FY 23, What Comes Next? Updates from the National Humanities Alliance
April 17, 2023
The National Humanities Alliance continues to advocate for increased funding for the humanities from the federal government.
AHA Member Spotlight: William S. Monroe
April 14, 2023
William S. Monroe is a senior academic engagement librarian at Brown University Library. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island, and has been a member since 1980.
Maintaining Standards: Recent AHA Contributions to the Fight for Honest History Education
April 13, 2023
The AHA has recently taken action in a number of states to protect the integrity of social studies standards.
History at a Crossroads: The AHA Responds to Attacks on Honest History
April 12, 2023
Executive director James Grossman shares a recent op-ed he and vice president Anne Hyde wrote on legislative attempts to interfere with college history instruction in Ohio.