This is one of a series of AHA Today posts on subjects of importance to the history profession that were discussed at the 2015 annual meeting. The author, Sarah Jones Weicksel, is a PhD candidate in US history and a fellow at
This guest post on labor, journalism, and historians was authored by David Huyssen; it is one of a series of posts on subjects discussed at the 2015 AHA annual meeting.
The roundtable “Interpreting and Representing Women’s History to the Public” from the recent AHA annual meeting will be broadcast on C-SPAN 3 on Monday, January 19 at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. This roundtable featured four presentations on
The attendee at last Sunday’s “The Future of the Book Review” who said with happy surprise, “I really thought that this would be a doom and gloom session!” probably did not speak for herself alone. After all, this is a
Perhaps the most surprising sentiment to emerge from AHA Session 146, “The Past, Present, and Future of the Voting Rights Act,” was praise of the United States Congress. Not the Congress of 1965—which introduced and then passed the act in