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  • Publications Orders for Nonmembers

    Since the 1950s, the AHA has maintained a diverse publishing program of books and pamphlets to serve the needs of history students, educators, and professionals. Publications include synthetic overviews of current historical topics and fields, guides to teaching and learning in history, career advice for history graduates, and an annual Directory of History Departments. AHA booklets are now being distributed by Oxford University Press. OUP will begin taking orders Tuesday, June 21, 2016. AHA individual and institutional members receive a 30% discount. Order Publications

  • Publications Orders for Members

    Since the 1950s, the AHA has maintained a diverse publishing program of books and pamphlets to serve the needs of history students, educators, and professionals. Publications include synthetic overviews of current historical topics and fields, guides to teaching and learning in history, career advice for history graduates, and an annual Directory of History Departments. AHA pamphlets are now being distributed by Oxford University Press. OUP will begin taking orders Tuesday, June 21, 2016. AHA individual and institutional members receive a 30% discount. Thank you for your membership and support! Order Publications

  • AHA Career Contacts

  • Drug Traffickers and the Freedom of Information Act Added July 01, 2016

    I admit it: I stalk dead drug traffickers in libraries, archives, newspapers, databases, films, photos, literature, and documents. One of my favorite tools, however, is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which is turning 50 years old on July 4, 2016. While the FOIA is useful for historians, over the years I have found that it takes substantive prior research for a request to be successful or for it to prove an asset for a historical project. Throughout my career, I have relied on the work of other scholars who have used FOIA. The post Drug Traffickers and the Freedom of Information Act appeared first on American Historical Association.

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  • Individual Member Rates

    The AHA offers many options for membership to best fit your situation. Our membership is offered in one- or three-year terms, expiring from the date you enroll. So no matter when during the year you join, you'll get a full 12 months of benefits. You can help the environment—and reduce your dues—when you choose electronic versions of our publications. Rates Member Category One Year Three Years Contributing $310 $930 Over $170,000 $250 $750 $130,000–170,000 $224 $672 $100,000–130,000 $202 $606 $70,000–100,000 $172 $516 $45,000–70,000 $125 $375 $25,000–45,000 $86 $258 Under $25,000 $47 $141 Student $42 $126 Early Career $50 $150 Emeritus/Retired $58 $174 K-12 Teacher (AHA/SHE) $91 $273 Associate $93 $279 Text to Keep Tables Apart Member Category One-Time Contribution Life $3,500 Information about Member Categories Contributing: The highest level of yearly membership that allows individuals to enhance their commitment to the Association. Contributing members receive special recognition on our website. Life Member: With a single contribution of $3,500, members can gain lifetime status. Becoming a life member at any stage of your career shows commitment to the discipline. Lifetime members are invited to the executive director’s reception at the annual meeting and are recognized in both the annual meeting program and the awards ceremony booklet. They also receive special recognition on our website. Student: Available for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. Proof of current status may be requested. Early Career: Available three years after graduation (either undergraduate or graduate). Emeritus/Retired: For retired historians K-12 Teacher: Receive a special joint membership with the Society for History Education, which includes a subscription to The History Teacher. Associate: This rate is available for persons whose primary identification is in fields other than histor

  • Bulk Membership Discounts

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  • Grant of the Week: World War I and America Initiative Added June 30, 2016

    Every week, AHA Today showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship of interest to historians which has been posted to our free Calendar. This week we are featuring a funding opportunity from the Library of America for programming to explore World War I and America.Beginning Fall 2016, stipends of $1200–$1800 are available to all public, academic, and community college libraries, museums and historical societies, and nonprofit community organizations for public programming exploring the First World War and its resonances today. The post Grant of the Week: World War I and America Initiative appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • AHA Member Spotlight: Rick L. Woten Added June 30, 2016

    AHA members are involved in all fields of history, with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and areas of employment. To recognize our talented and eclectic membership, AHA Today features a regular AHA Member Spotlight series. Rick L. Woten is a non-tenure track assistant professor at Simpson College. He lives in Iowa and has been a member since 2009. Twitter handle: @rickwoten Alma maters: BS (double major: urban forestry & history), Iowa State University, 2003; MA (history), Iowa State University, 2005; PhD (history), Iowa State University, 2009 Fields of interest: 19th century United States, legal, environmental, agricultural and rural, Midwestern, transportation, historiography, historical preservation. The post AHA Member Spotlight: Rick L. Woten appeared first on American Historical Association.