Perspectives Summer Columns
From Bath Riots to Blocking Asylum
Arabella Delgado | Aug 15, 2022US border restrictions during COVID-19 reflect a long history of policing migrants for disease.
Sovereignty Is Not So Fragile
Noah Ramage | Aug 2, 2022Though historians have long accepted tribal termination, recent jurisprudence leads Noah Ramage to question this assumption.
Fernando Amador II | Jul 14, 2022To write a dissertation from scratch, you must first construct an archive.
The Walls of Troy
Arabella Delgado | Jul 5, 2022Good fences do not make for good neighbors, but that didn't stop USC from trying.
We Have Always Been Global
Noah Ramage | Jun 21, 2022In the 19th century, Native American nations were early pioneers in constitutional democracy.
Meet the 2022 Perspectives Daily Summer Columnists
Laura Ansley | Jun 1, 2022Introducing the three graduate students who will write about archives, place, and sovereignty.
Want to Write for the AHA?
AHA Staff | Mar 21, 2022Submit your application by Sunday, April 24.
We Are Part of Nature
Matthew Plishka | Aug 5, 2021Multispecies political ecology can help environmental historians reveal how nonhuman species can shape the world.
A Glimpse Behind the Curtain
Hayley R. Bowman | Jul 29, 2021Podcasts offer an innovative pedagogical tool, capable of collapsing space and time in a way that reading, writing, and even attending a lecture cannot.
What’s Next for Blogging as Public Engagement?
Bobby Cervantes | Jul 28, 2021Bobby Cervantes reflects on the flourishing history blogs that are connecting academic historians to public audiences.