Professional Life

  • The Integrity of History Education

    James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young | Feb 8, 2023

    Over the past two years, legislation that would ban so-called divisive concepts concerning race, gen...
  • Actions by the AHA Council

    AHA Staff | Jan 31, 2023

    Find out what the AHA Council was up to in the second half of 2022.
  • AHA23

    Photographs by Marc Monaghan | Jan 25, 2023

    Historians visited the City of Brotherly Love for four days of discussions on a variety of topics.
  • Guidelines for Broadening the Definition of Historical Scholarship

    James Grossman | Jan 24, 2023

    On January 5, 2023, the AHA Council approved the Guidelines for Broadening the Definition of Historical Scholarship.
  • 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.
  • Separately Together

    Dana M. Polanichka | Jan 12, 2023

    Co-writing can be a path to productivity, even in a pandemic.
  • Perspectives on 2022

    Lizzy Meggyesy | Dec 30, 2022

    Enjoy this sampling of popular articles in 2022.
  • 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.
  • Letter to Virginia Board of Education Urging Adoption of Proposed History Standards

    AHA Staff | Dec 29, 2022

    On October 19, 2022, the AHA sent this letter to the Virginia Board of Education.
  • Library Legacies

    James M. Banner, Jr., and Jamil S. Zainaldin | Dec 20, 2022

    Accumulating a library is one thing; getting rid of it is another.

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