Women, Gender, Sexuality
Elizabeth York Enstam (1937–2022)
Michael V. Hazel | Nov 30, 2022Elizabeth York Enstam died September 15, 2022, in Dallas, Texas, where she had lived for the past 54 years.
Everything Has a History
Krista Grensavitch | Sep 28, 2022In the 1980s, education was one way feminists hoped to prevent child abuse and assault.
Where Are the Women?
Amanda B. Moniz | Sep 1, 2022When women are missing from the history we tell, sometimes it’s because of how their stories were preserved and told in the past
Immigration, Wartime Trauma, and Planetary Science
Rebecca L. West | Aug 25, 2022Read about the 2022–23 recipients of the J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship in American History, the Fellowship in Aerospace History, and...
The Better Roe
Kara Dixon Vuic | Aug 10, 2022When Susan Struck fought being discharged for pregnancy from the US Air Force, it brought the right to choose into a different light.
Linda K. Kerber | Jul 11, 2022After more than 50 years as a historian, Linda K. Kerber worries about the future of legal protections in the United States.
Abortion, Choice, and the Supreme Court
Laura Ansley | Jul 8, 2022A webinar on the Dobbs decision brought together historians and legal scholars to discuss why history is central to this jurisprudence and its implications.
AHA Member Spotlight: Lynn Weiner
Matthew Keough | Jun 30, 2022Lynn Weiner is a professor emerita of History at Roosevelt University. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois, and has been a member since 1980.
Title IX at 50
Bonnie J. Morris | Jun 23, 2022After 25 years teaching the history of women's athletics, Bonnie J. Morris has suggestions for how to incorporate the history...