AHA Member Spotlight: Scott Miltenberger
Matthew Keough | Feb 21, 2019Scott Miltenberger is a partner and consulting historian with JRP Historical Consulting, LLC.
Cindy R. Lobel (1970–2018)
Megan J. Elias and Timothy Gilfoyle | Feb 11, 2019The history community mourns the loss of Cindy R. Lobel, who died on October 2.
Arnold Hirsch (1950–2018)
Günter Bischof | Oct 1, 2018Arnold Hirsch passed away after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease at his home in Chicago on March 19, 2018.
Raising a Stink
Chelsea Denault | Sep 6, 2018Working in sustainability provided Denault unique insights into why Detroit once built the world’s largest trash incinerator.
Demolishing “Participatory Dictatorship”
Andrew Demshuk | May 21, 2018The destruction of Leipzig's University Church in 1968 revealed the insincerity of the German Democratic Republic's rhetoric of "people's democracy," writes Andrew Demshuk.
AHA Member Spotlight: Paula C. Austin
Matthew Keough | Apr 10, 2018Paula Austin is assistant professor at California State University, Sacramento. Her research interests include African American history and urban history.
AHA Member Spotlight: Matthew Spady
Matthew Keough | Feb 21, 2018atthew Spady is an independent historian and director of the Audubon Park Alliance.
Zachary Schrag | Jan 4, 2018Recent problems with the DC Metro suggest a need for more histories of maintenance on public transit systems and other infrastructure projects, writes Zachary Schrag.
The Rise and Fall of DC’s Chinatown
Shaobin Zheng | Dec 29, 2017Even though only 300 Chinese Americans remain in DC's Chinatown, the neighborhood attests to the community's vibrant history in the city, writes Shaobin Zheng.
Brenda E. Stevenson | Apr 28, 2017Latasha Harlins’s murder and its contested treatment in the Los Angeles courts led to much of the destruction caused by the 1992 Los Angeles riot/insurrection.