Trouble in Texas
Carlos Kevin Blanton | Nov 29, 2023A political controversy couched as a leadership fight roils the Texas State Historical Association.
Abstract of the Presidential Address at the 2024 Annual Meeting
Edward Muir | Nov 14, 2023The presidential address will take place on Friday, January 5, 2024, at the 2024 AHA annual meeting.
Back in Session
Dane Kennedy | Nov 7, 2023Historians are returning to Capitol Hill to give briefings to policymakers.
Rebecca L. West | Nov 3, 2023Read about the AHA’s advocacy efforts in August and September.
On Ideological Litmus Tests
Edward Muir | Oct 4, 2023Whether they come in the form of loyalty oaths or oppressive new state standards, historians must resist attempts to restrict the teaching of honest history.
Nominations Invited for AHA Offices, Terms Beginning January 2025
Liz Townsend | Oct 2, 2023Nominations for AHA offices are accepted through January 7, 2024.
No Such Thing as a Bad Question?
Whitney E. Barringer, Lauren Brand, and Nicholas Kryczka | Sep 26, 2023Historians love questions, but not every question promotes historical thinking.
The 2023 AHA Academic Jobs Report
L. Renato Grigoli | Sep 13, 2023While the number of academic job listings for historians continues to be stable, there has been a decrease in tenured or tenure-track positions.
Actions by the AHA Council
AHA Staff | Sep 12, 2023The AHA Council has been busy. Find out what it was up to in the first half of 2023.