• An Uncertain Trend

    Julia Brookins | Feb 23, 2023

    Our newest data on undergraduate enrollments raises new questions.
  • New Beginnings

    Laura Ansley | Jan 18, 2023

    From relocating the editorial offices to big updates within its pages, the American Historical Review is looking to the future.
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Rebecca L. West | Dec 29, 2022

    A new Archivist of the United States, a push for diverse and accurate state social studies standards, and an amicus brief for Haaland v. Brackeen.
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Rebecca L. West | Oct 31, 2022

    In August and September, the AHA sent two letters and co-sponsored an amicus brief.
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Alexandra F. Levy and Rebecca L. West | Aug 31, 2022

    Accessibility, opportunity, and the fight for honest history in courts and classrooms were central to the AHA’s advocacy in the summer of 2022.
  • The 2022 AHA Jobs Report

    Leland Renato Grigoli | Aug 29, 2022

    A large increase in the number of academic jobs listings conceals deeper structural problems.
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Rebecca L. West | Apr 28, 2022

    In March 2022, the AHA continued its Freedom to Learn initiative with letters to legislature in 12 states, along with other advocacy.
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Rebecca L. West | Mar 31, 2022

    Among other efforts, the AHA launches Freedom to Learn initiative to combat "divisive concepts" legislation.
  • Helping the Tired, the Poor, the Huddled Masses

    Grace Argo | Mar 10, 2022

    History students help attorneys with asylum cases in the University of Michigan’s Immigrant Justice Lab.
  • Trolling History

    Alexandra F. Levy | Feb 14, 2022

    Academics who speak out publicly to keep the historical record straight are often belittled, harassed, and threatened, but silence cedes...

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