Simone de Beauvoir once mused, “There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.” It’s lucky then that the city will host January’s annual meeting; with so many compelling panels covering a remarkably diverse range of topics,
I heard a few stories while attempting to collect words of wisdom for this post (names have been changed to protect the dignity of the discipline). Let’s start with Sam, who slipped on an icy Chicago sidewalk at the 2012
So: you’re coming to New York City. Maybe for the first time; maybe the hundredth. However well you know the terrain, there’s always more to learn—that’s one of the city’s principal charms, and for newcomers, its principal terrors. “Give me
The Innovation in Digital Publishing in the Humanities session at the American Historical Association’s 2015 annual meeting in New York is co-presented by the Wellcome Trust and the New York Academy of Medicine’s Center for the History of Medicine and
Danielle Dulken is a guest blogger for the American Historical Association. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Public History at American University and interns for the National Coalition for History.