Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
From the Editor, In Memoriam, Long Overdue
Laura Ansley | Dec 6, 2022A 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, 2022We 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, 2022With History Gateways, the AHA and the Gardner Institute's achievements went beyond what each could have done alone.
Exploring Systemic Racism and the AHA
Angela D. Dillard and Katherine L. French | Nov 23, 2021During a client-based research seminar, graduate students researched the history of the AHA's leadership, annual meetings, and legitimation of scholarship.
Ashley E. Bowen and Olivia Ricche | Sep 7, 2021The 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, 2021In 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, 2021Minority 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, 2021The 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, 2021Lawrence Reddick, an important figure in Black history during the mid-20th century, fought to center the work and perspectives of Black historians.