Letters to the Editor

A Tribute to Allison Miller

Ty Geltmaker | Apr 16, 2020

To the Editor:

Surely I was not the only historian taken aback to have learned of Allison Miller’s departure from Perspectives on History with no tribute to her immense role in revising the magazine. Her monthly column was a breath of fresh air, reflected in the rest of the publication, really turning the AHA into something new and relevant. As a longtime AHA member, I think Allison transformed the public voice of the AHA while also literally reforming the then stodgy format of Perspectives. For that she deserves humble recognition.

Ty Geltmaker
Los Angeles

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