AHA Member Spotlight: Victoria Haskins
AHA Staff | Nov 17, 2023Victoria Haskins is a historian at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and has been a member since 2015.
Experiencing the Transimperial While Researching It
Vicky Shen, Arko Dasgupta, and Eloy Romero Blanco | Nov 8, 2023International students studying in the United States face unique challenges in traveling abroad for research.
It’s Always Time for a Cheeky Nando’s
Trishula Patel | Sep 19, 2023A South American pepper brought by Portuguese colonizers to Africa has become the basis of a global South African brand.
Teaching and Pedagogy
Mark Philip Bradley | Sep 18, 2023The AHR looks at pedagogy, Indigenous histories, revolution, the Cold War, the role of AI in historical practice, and more.
Fusion, Assimilation, or Just a Good Idea?
Fei-Hsien Wang | Aug 30, 2023The only thing we know for sure about the curry puff is that it is unquestionably delicious.
AHA Member Spotlight: Catherine L. Evans
AHA Staff | Aug 21, 2023Catherine L. Evans is an assistant professor at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies within the University of Toronto....
Fernanda Sada Jiménez | Aug 16, 2023A 1920s recipe raises questions about how a national cuisine is defined.
Is Global Democracy in Crisis?
Lizzy Meggyesy | Aug 9, 2023A panel of historians discussed democracy around the globe and the growing popularity of authoritarian regimes in historical context.
Macanese Galinha à Africana
Isaac Boqiao Yan | Jul 12, 2023In modern Macao, chicken, bird’s eye chilis, and peanut butter provide a rare taste of memory across Portugal’s colonies in Africa and Asia.