• AHA Member Spotlight: Casey R. Olthaus

    Matthew Keough | Nov 4, 2022

    Casey 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, 2022

    R. 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, 2022

    The National Endowment for the Humanities is accepting applications for the Public Scholars program.
  • The Short Telescope

    Simon P. Newman | Oct 27, 2022

    American universities are not the only ones who must confront legacies of the slave trade.
  • Changing the Landscape

    Jody Lynn Allen | Oct 20, 2022

    Hearth: 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, 2022

    When a university denied its legacy, students and faculty stepped in to do the research.
  • Slavery’s Archive

    Cassandra Berman | Oct 18, 2022

    The first step in learning a history is accessing the documents that record it.
  • Working through Injustice

    Anthony Bogues | Oct 17, 2022

    Institutional 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, 2022

    The 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, 2022

    Identity, colonial legacies, and recovering knowledge are all showcased in the latest issue of the AHR.

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