Bingo! August Roundup of AHA Reads 2023
September 1, 2023
Find out what AHA members, Council, and staff have been reading to finish the AHA Summer Reading Challenge.
Startup Imperialism: Venture Capital and the Age of Exploration
August 31, 2023
A re-examination of the Age of Exploration may have more than a little to teach us about modern venture capitalists.
Fusion, Assimilation, or Just a Good Idea? Chinese Curry Puffs
August 30, 2023
The only thing we know for sure about the curry puff is that it is unquestionably delicious.
African American History and State Standards in Florida and Beyond: The AHA’s History Behind the Headlines Webinar
August 29, 2023
A webinar brought together historians engaged in advocating for inclusion of African American history in K–12 education to discuss the current landscape.
African American History in Florida: AHA Response to New Standards of Instruction
August 28, 2023
Executive director James Grossman weighs in on the troubling state of K–12 history education in Florida.
Rhiannon Giddens’s “Build a House”: Homeplace Making in Black Memory and Imagination
August 24, 2023
In four minutes, folk musician Rhiannon Giddens relates 400 years of Black history.
The Next Step: Getting Students Involved in Local History
August 23, 2023
With the community’s adults on board with his local history program, Dariel Chaidez Rivota turned to the most important population: students.
Remnants of a Radical Hope: The Living New Deal in Los Angeles, Part 1
August 22, 2023
Recovering the memory of New Deal murals that no longer exist can be a difficult task.
AHA Member Spotlight: Catherine L. Evans
August 21, 2023
Catherine L. Evans is an assistant professor at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies within the University of Toronto. She lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and has been a member since 2017.
Mexican-Style Snails: An Unusual Case of Culinary Syncretism
August 16, 2023
A 1920s recipe raises questions about how a national cuisine is defined.