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.
John Broesamle (1941–2023)
Carmen Nava | Nov 1, 2023John Broesamle, professor emeritus of history and noted champion of the wilderness, was born on February 10, 1941, and died...
Natale Zappia (1974–2023)
Jeffrey Auerbach and Benjamin Madley | Nov 1, 2023Natale Zappia, scholar of environmental and Indigenous history , died of a brain tumor on April 27, 2023, at the age of 48 .
Carey H. Latimore IV (1975–2022)
Lauren Turek and Anene Ejikeme | Nov 1, 2023On July 26, 2022, Carey Harvey Latimore IV passed away in San Antonio, Texas.
AHA Member Spotlight: Sanjukta Poddar
AHA Staff | Oct 27, 2023Sanjukta Poddar is an assistant professor in modern South Asian studies at Leiden University. She lives in Leiden, Netherlands, and...
The Ross House Slave Quarters
Gabrielle McCoy | Oct 26, 2023Notley Brown and Suck were two of the people enslaved at Ross House in Frederick, Maryland, the site of the...
AHA Member Spotlight: Nichole Nelson
AHA Staff | Oct 20, 2023Nichole Nelson is a senior policy advisor at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. She lives in Washington, DC, and has been a member since 2013.
Not Endorsed by Your Teacher
Laura Ansley | Oct 19, 2023In a new book of fake primary sources, humorist Alexandra Petri satirizes the greatest hits of American history and literature.