Professional Life

  • Small Organizations, Big Impacts


    Dana Schaffer, Colin Windhorst, Brent D. Glass, and Patricia Schechter | May 15, 2024

    Three awardees of an AHA grants program report on what they’ve accomplished.
  • Are We the Virus?


    Caitlin Kossmann | May 8, 2024

    Memes at the height of the pandemic point to a deeper cultural conversation.
  • What’s Being Taught?

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman | May 2, 2024

    AHA research explores what is mandated and taught in secondary US history classrooms.
  • Advocacy Briefs


    Rebecca L. West | Apr 30, 2024

    The AHA continues its state- and institution-level advocacy in the United States and advocates for a historian abroad.

Most Recent

  • 2024 AHA Nominations

    Compiled by Liz Townsend | Mar 11, 2024

    The Nominating Committee offers the following candidates for offices of the AHA.
  • Standards and Practices

    James Grossman | Mar 6, 2024

    Public attention to professional plagiarism has increased in recent years. Should historians be concerned?
  • Advocacy Briefs

    Rebecca L. West | Mar 4, 2024

    The AHA continues its state- and institution-level advocacy.
  • Intersecting Lines

    Celso Thomas Castilho and Sara Kozameh | Feb 20, 2024

    An increasing number of job ads for modern Latin American history now also ask for expertise in Latino/x history. Why?
  • AHA24

    Photographs by Marc Monaghan (unless otherwise noted) | Feb 6, 2024

    Nearly 3,000 historians visited the Bay Area for four days of discussions and connections.

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