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    Laura Ansley | Oct 19, 2023

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    L. Renato Grigoli | Sep 13, 2023

    While the number of academic job listings for historians continues to be stable, there has been a decrease in tenured or tenure-track positions.

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    Laura Ansley | Apr 11, 2023

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    Rebecca L. West | Feb 28, 2023

    In December and January, the AHA sent two letters, signed on to two more, and collaborated on drafting K–12 standards in Virginia.
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    Julia Brookins | Feb 23, 2023

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