The 20-Sided Die
Everything Has a History
Ian Tonat | Nov 29, 2022From basements to Fifth Avenue boutiques, the 20-sided die represents the rise of all things geek in contemporary culture.
From the Editor
Leland Renato Grigoli | Nov 8, 2022The monsters under your bed are newer—and older—than you might think.
AHA Member Spotlight: Casey R. Olthaus
Matthew Keough | Nov 4, 2022Casey R. Olthaus is an assistant English teacher at Kyoto Prefectural Sagano Senior High School. She lives in Kyoto, Japan,...
R. Keith Schoppa (1943–2022)
Thomas R. Pegram, Elizabeth Schmidt, and Matthew Mulcahy | Oct 31, 2022R. Keith Schoppa, professor emeritus at Loyola University Maryland, died on June 27, 2022.
AHA Member Spotlight: Monica J. Stenzel
Matthew Keough | Oct 21, 2022Monica J. Stenzel is a history instructor and the director of the Sustainability Center at Spokane Falls Community College. She...
Art as Historical Method
Mark Philip Bradley | Oct 11, 2022Identity, colonial legacies, and recovering knowledge are all showcased in the latest issue of the AHR.
Yota Batsaki and Julia Fine | Sep 20, 2022Plants can cultivate links among geographies, periodizations, and subfields, all while providing a strong vector for classroom engagement.
The Peach Tree
Robert Antony | Aug 30, 2022From their wood to their fruit, peach trees form a powerful guard against evil in Chinese folklore.
Is History History?
James H. Sweet | Aug 17, 2022When historians concede to discuss the past with the terms of the present, they abandon the skill set that makes them historians.