AHA Member Spotlight: Casey R. Olthaus
Matthew Keough | Nov 4, 2022Casey R. Olthaus is an assistant English teacher at Kyoto Prefectural Sagano Senior High School. She lives in Kyoto, Japan,...
R. Keith Schoppa (1943–2022)
Thomas R. Pegram, Elizabeth Schmidt, and Matthew Mulcahy | Oct 31, 2022R. Keith Schoppa, professor emeritus at Loyola University Maryland, died on June 27, 2022.
Grant of the Week: NEH Public Scholars Grants
Lizzy Meggyesy | Oct 28, 2022The National Endowment for the Humanities is accepting applications for the Public Scholars program.
The Short Telescope
Simon P. Newman | Oct 27, 2022American universities are not the only ones who must confront legacies of the slave trade.
Changing the Landscape
Jody Lynn Allen | Oct 20, 2022Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved is part of a project that has taken down walls between the community and the university.
A Bare and Open Truth
VanJessica Gladney | Oct 19, 2022When a university denied its legacy, students and faculty stepped in to do the research.
Cassandra Berman | Oct 18, 2022The first step in learning a history is accessing the documents that record it.
Working through Injustice
Anthony Bogues | Oct 17, 2022Institutional histories balance between nostalgia and truth. How do members of those institutions cope?
Grant of the Week: Huntington Library Research Fellowships
Lizzy Meggyesy | Oct 12, 2022The Huntington Library is now acccepting applications for the 2023–24 fellowship year for Long-Term Fellowships, Short-Term Fellowships, and Travel Grants.
Art as Historical Method
Mark Philip Bradley | Oct 11, 2022Identity, colonial legacies, and recovering knowledge are all showcased in the latest issue of the AHR.