Author Archives: David Darlington

Bancroft Prize Winners Announced

Columbia University announced the 2010 winners of the prestigious Bancroft Prize on March 17. The three historians named were Linda Gordon (professor at NYU and AHA member), Woody Holton (Univ. of Richmond), and Margaret D. Jacobs (Univ. of Nebraska). Article By: David Darlington

Members’ Books Received—December 2009

As a service to AHA members, we are listing books by members received in the headquarters office in recent months.These postings (see the September and October posts) will only constitute an announcement of their publication and provide short descriptions of the books. These are not reviews. Books for review by the AHR need to be sent to the attention of Moureen Coulter, 914 Atwater, Bloomington, IN 47401. Article By: David Darlington

Job Center Preview

Now that you know how the Job Center works, you may want to know which institutions are going to be there this year. The Job Center Handout (PDF), usually provided on site to job candidates, gives us a good preview of who will be conducting interviews in San Diego. Article By: David Darlington

Members’ Books Received at the AHA – October 2009

As a service to AHA members, we are listing books by members received in the headquarters office in recent months. These postings will only constitute an announcement of their publication and provide short descriptions of the books (as described by their publishers). These are not reviews. Books for review by the AHR need to be sent to the attention of Moureen Coulter, 914 Atwater, Bloomington, IN 47401. Article By: David Darlington

Members, What’s New?

The Members column, which is published in Perspectives on History as space permits, is designed to recognize and honor the accomplishments of AHA members. News of recent hires, promotions, publications, fellowships or awards received, and other news of a professional nature are welcomed. Some recent member achievements include... Article By: David Darlington

Members’ Books Recently Received at the AHA

As a service to AHA members, we are initiating a new listing of books by members received in the headquarters office in recent months. These postings will only constitute an announcement of their publication, and provide short descriptions of the books (as described by their publishers). These are not reviews. Article By: David Darlington

Podcasts from the Gilder Lehrman Institute

Fans of history podcasts should check out the web site of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History for a list of podcasts on American history subjects by famous historians. Article By: David Darlington

In Memoriam: Kenneth M. Stampp

We regret to announce the passing of Kenneth Milton Stampp on Friday, July 10, 2009. Stampp died of a heart ailment in Oakland, California. He was 96. Article By: David Darlington