The January 2007 edition of Perspectives is now available online. Among the highlights:
- Read Barbara Weinstein’s inaugural column as she begins her term as President of the AHA and discusses “The AHA and Academic Freedom in the Age of Homeland Security”.
- Join Robert Townsend in a close look at how the specializations of history faculty have changed since 1975, and at the promising numbers of job listings for those in the history field.
- See Clarence E. Walker’s report on the results of the 2006 AHA Election, while AHA members are invited to submit nominations for the 2007 Election.
- Meet Leland White, the new executive director of the National Coalition for History, and hear about former executive director Bruce Craig’s future plans.
Read all of these articles, numerous letters to the editor, and more in the online version of the January 2007 issue of Perspectives.