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.
John W. Shy (1931–2022)
Ira Gruber | Jan 31, 2023John W. Shy, professor emeritus of history at the University of Michigan and a leading authority on Anglo-American military history,...
America's Nuclear Sponge
Taylor Rose | Dec 12, 2022Preventing construction of a nuclear complex on the Nevada–Utah border brought together an unexpected coalition.
The 20-Sided Die
Everything Has a History
Ian Tonat | Nov 29, 2022From basements to Fifth Avenue boutiques, the 20-sided die represents the rise of all things geek in contemporary culture.
The Better Roe
Kara Dixon Vuic | Aug 10, 2022When Susan Struck fought being discharged for pregnancy from the US Air Force, it brought the right to choose into a different light.
Charles P. Roland (1918–2022)
John David Smith and Thomas Howard Appleton Jr. | Jun 6, 2022Charles Pierce Roland, Alumni Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Kentucky, died on April 12, 2022, just days following his 104th birthday.
The Emperor’s Right Hand
David Alan Parnell | May 17, 2022Once you go down a YouTube rabbit hole, you never know where you'll end up.
AHA Member Spotlight: Jamie L.H. Goodall
Matthew Keough | May 5, 2022Jamie L.H. Goodall is a historian at the US Army Center of Military History. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia, and...
Empires, Families, and Engaged History
Mark Philip Bradley | Apr 28, 2022Questions of empire, race, family, and knowledge production weave throughout the articles in the latest AHR issue.