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  • Statement on Graduate School Offers of Financial Support (2014)

  • Guidelines on the Professional Evaluation of Digital Scholarship by Historians (2015)

  • Criteria for Standards in History/Social Studies/Social Sciences Added June 01, 1997

    Approved by Teaching Division in spring 1997 and approved by Council in June 1997.

  • Guidelines for the Preparation, Evaluation, and Selection of History Textbooks Added June 01, 1997

    These guidelines were approved by the AHA Council in June 1997.

  • Tuning

    Tuning the History Discipline in the United States The American Historical Association is coordinating a nationwide, faculty-led project to articulate the disciplinary core of historical study and to define what a student should understand and be able to do at the completion of a history degree program. The updated map at right shows institutions where faculty historians have been involved in the project. The blue locations were part of the first wave of AHA participants, beginning in 2012. The red locations joined the project in January 2015, as part of the second phase of implementation. This project has brought together accomplished history faculty historians from a range of 2- and 4-year institutions across the country to define the core disciplinary elements of historical study and the goals of the undergraduate history major. Faculty participants have been working together to develop common language that communicates to a broad audience the significance and value of a history degree. We encourage you to read the current version of the discipline core, competencies, and student learning outcomes, available here. To learn about the history of the Tuning project and how the process works, read more. Join the conversation on Twitter by tweeting about #AHATuning!

  • 2nd Annual Texas Conference on Introductory Courses

  • Archiving the Internet: How Historians Can Help #SaveTheWeb Added June 24, 2016

    Imagine you’re a historian of the 21st century living and working in the 23rd century. You have an archive containing millions of documents related to an event (say, the Arab Spring), but you cannot read them—all you see is a number. It’s the ID number of a tweet, but only the number was saved, and the code no longer exists to display the content. Ramesh Jain uses the example of the move from analog to digital cameras to smartphones to demonstrate that “This century is different from the last.” Photo by Shawn M. The post Archiving the Internet: How Historians Can Help #SaveTheWeb appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • 2016 AHA Research Grant Winners Added June 23, 2016

    Each year, the American Historical Association awards several research grants with the aim of advancing the study and exploration of history in a diverse number of subject areas. The AHA is pleased to announce the 2016 winners for the Albert J. Beveridge Grant, Michael Kraus Research Grant, Littleton-Griswold Grant, and the Bernadotte Schmitt Grant. The grantees will be conducting research over the course of the year and will receive formal recognition at the January 2017 annual meeting in Denver. The post 2016 AHA Research Grant Winners appeared first on American Historical Association.

  • Mobile AHR

  • Career Diversity for Historians

    The AHA's Career Diversity for Historians initiative is working to better prepare graduate students and early-career historians for a range of career options, within and beyond the academy.  With generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the AHA and four pilot departments are working to explore the culture and practice of graduate education and how it can better support the changing needs of PhD students.  Read more on the background of the iniative here. Check back often as we develop tools and resources and provide updates on our activities.