What happens when historians go to the movies? Like everyone else, we kick back and enjoy two hours immersed in a story. However, there are certain tendencies that are difficult to turn off
At 8:30 on Saturday morning, the Mercury Ballroom room was buzzing, and there wasn’t even any coffee. The energy was generated by Interviewing in the Job Market in the 21st Century, a workshop organized by the AHA’s Professional Division, and
We are delighted to announce that the AHA Council has voted to increase the amount of childcare grants to $250 for each awardee attending the 2015 meeting.
Today’s What We’re Reading features the Crayola Crayon, Lincoln’s hat, astronomically big data, and much more!
In the October issue of Perspectives on History, AHA executive director James Grossman writes about revisionism and history education in the US.