John R. McNeill | May 4, 2023The work of book award referees is largely invisible but important. Here’s what it looks like.
Rebecca L. West | Apr 28, 2023In Virginia and Florida, the AHA continues its support for history teaching and learning.
The Nominating Committee
Alexandra F. Levy | Apr 25, 2023How is the AHA’s slate of candidates selected?
The Berkeley Pipeline Program
Jordan Thomas Mursinna | Apr 20, 2023Pipeline programs help underprivileged students get the guidance they need to apply for and succeed in PhD programs.
What Use Is a Book?
Carla Gardina Pestana | Apr 19, 2023In a digital age, what is the relationship between information and the medium that conveys it?
After Funding Wins for the Humanities in FY 23, What Comes Next?
Alexandra Klein | Apr 17, 2023The National Humanities Alliance continues to advocate for increased funding for the humanities from the federal government.
Brendan Gillis and Julia Brookins | Apr 13, 2023The AHA has recently taken action in a number of states to protect the integrity of social studies standards.
History at a Crossroads
James Grossman and Anne Hyde | Apr 12, 2023Executive director James Grossman shares a recent op-ed he and vice president Anne Hyde wrote on legislative attempts to interfere...
AHA Statement Opposing Florida HB 999
AHA Staff | Mar 30, 2023The AHA Council approved this statement on March 3, 2023.