Four More Years
Hope J. Shannon and Emily Swafford | Oct 13, 2022An update adds four years of data to the AHA’s Where Historians Work database.
Sic et Non
Vanessa R. Corcoran | Sep 9, 2022Sometimes, the unexpected path is the better one.
What I Wish I Had Known
Mark Mulligan | Jun 29, 2022As he nears the end of his PhD program, a transgender historian shares his experiences and offers advice to other trans students.
Equity and Advocacy
AHA Activities, AHA Online, Perspectives Daily
Vanessa Madrigal-Lauchland | May 18, 2022HGSAs can be an opportunity for graduate students to advocate for themselves, as students discussed at a recent AHA workshop.
Brett Bagur | May 4, 2022An online program might be appealing to students looking for flexibility in their graduate studies.
James H. Sweet | Feb 22, 2022Graduate students at most top-ranked universities now have guaranteed funding, and programs have cut cohort sizes. But has the practice...
The State of the Unions
Charles Steinman | Feb 3, 2022Historians have long studied labor, but graduate students are increasingly seeing themselves as labor. What does this mean for the study of history?
Hustling to Get By
Rebecca Brenner Graham | Dec 16, 2021After working 15 side gigs during her six years of graduate school, Rebecca Brenner Graham advocates for the importance of a living wage.
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.