Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

  • Townhouse Notes

    From the Editor, In Memoriam, Long Overdue

    Laura Ansley | Dec 6, 2022

    A new Perspectives project looks to honor historians of color whose deaths were not marked in AHA publications.
  • The Historical Discipline Has an Ableist Problem


    Michael Murphy | Oct 25, 2022

    We have a long way to go before academia is fully inclusive for disabled people.
  • Gateway to Change

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman and Andrew K. Koch | Mar 23, 2022

    With History Gateways, the AHA and the Gardner Institute's achievements went beyond what each could have done alone.
  • Exploring Systemic Racism and the AHA

    Annual Meeting

    Angela D. Dillard and Katherine L. French | Nov 23, 2021

    During a client-based research seminar, graduate students researched the history of the AHA's leadership, annual meetings, and legitimation of scholarship.

Most Recent

  • Townhouse Notes

    Ashley E. Bowen and Olivia Ricche | Sep 7, 2021

    The Perspectives author pool is slightly more diverse than the AHA's membership, but content skews to covering the United States, current events, and public history.
  • A Farewell to the Model Minority Myth

    Shuko Tamao | May 6, 2021

    In the wake of recent violence, historian Shuko Tamao reflects on how racism against Asian American and Pacific Islanders impacts students and faculty in academia.
  • Feeling Like an Interloper, But Claiming Space Anyway

    Trishula Patel | Mar 4, 2021

    Minority graduate students in history programs often find themselves to be the "only one in the room."
  • Racist Histories and the AHA

    Sarah Weicksel and James Grossman | Jan 27, 2021

    The AHA has begun an initiative to document and reckon with the Association's role in the dissemination and legitimation of...
  • Diversity Demands Struggle

    David A. Varel | Jan 26, 2021

    Lawrence Reddick, an important figure in Black history during the mid-20th century, fought to center the work and perspectives of Black historians.

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