• When Memorials Come Down, Ghosts Remain

    James J. Ward | Feb 21, 2023

    When one historian visited Berlin in 1991, the recent past was already fading from its streets.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Charlene J. Fletcher

    Matthew Keough | Feb 17, 2023

    Charlene J. Fletcher is an affiliate faculty in Africana studies and curatorial director at Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis and Conner...
  • Phantom Encounters

    Lucy Barnhouse | Feb 16, 2023

    Ghosts provide an excellent comparative lens for a history class.
  • Hope in the Dark

    Scott G. Bruce | Feb 15, 2023

    The ubiquity of the undead as protagonists in modern entertainment media—from novels to movies to vi...
  • When Ghosts Come Knocking

    Edward Muir | Feb 14, 2023

    Whether making noises in the night or starting a world war, ghosts have a habit of causing problems.
  • Grant of the Week: Rose Library Research Fellowships

    Lizzy Meggyesy | Feb 3, 2023

    Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Books Library is now accepting applications for their 2023 Research Fellowships. Applications...
  • Sonoran Soundscapes

    Alyssa Kreikemeier | Feb 2, 2023

    The clash between public lands held for conservation and used by the US military often comes down to one thing: noise.
  • Liu Kwang-Ching (1921–2006)

    Don C. Price | Jan 31, 2023

    This Long Overdue tribute honors historian Liu Kwang-Ching, who died on September 28, 2006.
  • John W. Shy (1931–2022)

    Ira Gruber | Jan 31, 2023

    John W. Shy, professor emeritus of history at the University of Michigan and a leading authority on Anglo-American military history,...
  • Trees and the College Campus

    Elizabeth Stice | Jan 30, 2023

    The tree has become an essential symbol of college life.

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