Everything Has a History
L. Renato Grigoli | Nov 30, 2023In early 14th-century France, one town was built upon a modern foundation: the blank form.
AHA Member Spotlight: Victoria Haskins
AHA Staff | Nov 17, 2023Victoria Haskins is a historian at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and has been a member since 2015.
Jason A. Heppler | Nov 15, 2023Silicon Valley is often touted as eco-friendly today, yet the environmental history of the region tarnishes that reputation.
Lighting the Way
Alex Kershaw | Nov 13, 2023What lessons does WWII hold for future generations?
Jorden Pitt | Nov 9, 2023Ideals of masculinity influenced the treatment of US airmen’s psychological issues during World War I.
Experiencing the Transimperial While Researching It
Vicky Shen, Arko Dasgupta, and Eloy Romero Blanco | Nov 8, 2023International students studying in the United States face unique challenges in traveling abroad for research.
Don’t Stop Worrying or Learn to Love AI
Stephen Jackson | Nov 6, 2023A careful and considered approach is needed to bring artificial intelligence into the classroom.
Francis A. Dutra (1938–2021)
Sarah Cline | Nov 1, 2023Francis A. Dutra, a historian of early modern Portugal and Brazil at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), died in March 2021.
Laurie M. Wood (1985–2023)
Julie Hardwick and Meghan Roberts | Nov 1, 2023Laurie M. Wood, a historian of early modern France at Florida State University, died in 2023.