Jason A. Heppler | Nov 15, 2023Silicon Valley is often touted as eco-friendly today, yet the environmental history of the region tarnishes that reputation.
John Broesamle (1941–2023)
Carmen Nava | Nov 1, 2023John Broesamle, professor emeritus of history and noted champion of the wilderness, was born on February 10, 1941, and died...
Natale Zappia (1974–2023)
Jeffrey Auerbach and Benjamin Madley | Nov 1, 2023Natale Zappia, scholar of environmental and Indigenous history , died of a brain tumor on April 27, 2023, at the age of 48 .
Johnny Horizon Environmental Test Kit
Everything Has a History
Sherri Sheu | Sep 28, 2023A 1970s children’s toy illustrates long-standing interest in—and lack of control over—our environment.
AHA Member Spotlight: Anna Booker
AHA Staff | Jul 25, 2023Anna Booker is a senior instructor at Whatcom Community College. She lives in Bellingham, Washington, and has been a member since 2017.
AHA Member Spotlight: Anita Guerrini
Matthew Keough | Jun 28, 2023Anita Guerrini is the Horning Professor in the Humanities Emerita at Oregon State University and a research professor at University...
Antiglobalism and the Transnational
Mark Philip Bradley | Apr 26, 2023The June issue of the American Historical Review includes articles on Chinese oyster fishers, the International Monetary Fund, and more.
AHA Member Spotlight: Meng Zhang
Matthew Keough | Mar 17, 2023Meng Zhang is an assistant professor of history at Vanderbilt University. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been a member since 2016.
Alyssa Kreikemeier | Feb 2, 2023The clash between public lands held for conservation and used by the US military often comes down to one thing: noise.