Mark Philip Bradley | Dec 27, 2022The latest AHR features the 1619 Project, W. E. B. Du Bois, transnational history, and the history of ideas.
Ellen R. Feingold, Abby Pfisterer, Orlando R. Serrano Jr., and Sarah Weicksel | Dec 15, 2022Four museum colleagues are pioneering a new approach to creating history exhibitions for children.
Bodies of Knowledge
Samuel J. Redman | Sep 15, 2022Museums that hold collections of human remains from the past face ethical questions today.
Rumors of War Arrives in the South
Ryan K. Smith | May 18, 2020The erection of a Kehinde Wiley statue in the former Confederate capital is part of Richmond's latest struggle with Civil War history.
AHA Member Spotlight: Tara A. Chadwick
Matthew Keough | Jan 24, 2019Tara A. Chadwick is curator of exhibits at Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.
One Small Step, 50 Years Later
Zoë Jackson | Dec 3, 2018Space historians and the institutions they serve are reevaluating the significance of Project Apollo.
Disability and Place
Perri Meldon | Nov 15, 2018Perceptions of disability have shifted over time. How can historical interpreters help visitors understand these changes?
Kritika Agarwal | Oct 22, 2018Inside the movement to preserve objects and testimony from mass shootings and other public tragedies.
Misha Appeltova, Zach Nacev, and Gregory Valdespino | May 3, 2018We stopped in front of a painting portraying a group of villagers by a river. “What do you see?” ask...