Graduate Education

  • Four More Years

    AHA Activities

    Hope J. Shannon and Emily Swafford | Oct 13, 2022

    An update adds four years of data to the AHA’s Where Historians Work database.
  • Sic et Non

    Career Paths

    Vanessa R. Corcoran | Sep 9, 2022

    Sometimes, the unexpected path is the better one.
  • What I Wish I Had Known

    Perspectives Daily

    Mark Mulligan | Jun 29, 2022

    As 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, 2022

    HGSAs can be an opportunity for graduate students to advocate for themselves, as students discussed at a recent AHA workshop.

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  • Opening Doors

    Brett Bagur | May 4, 2022

    An online program might be appealing to students looking for flexibility in their graduate studies.
  • March Madness

    James H. Sweet | Feb 22, 2022

    Graduate 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, 2022

    Historians 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, 2021

    After 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, 2021

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