Author Archives: Matthew Keough

About Matthew Keough

Archives and Office Assistant

Matthew received a BA in history, summa cum laude, from Providence College in May 2006 and a MA in history from George Mason University in May 2014. He is currently the archives and office assistant and has been a member of the AHA staff since December 2008. Matthew responds to general inquiries, coordinates daily office needs, and organizes the AHA institutional records for archival purposes.

AHA Member Spotlight: Sean Farrell

Sean Farrell is associate professor of history at Northern Illinois University. Sean lives in Sycamore, Illinois, and has been a member since 1996. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Caroline Waldron Merithew

Caroline Waldron Merithew is an associate professor of history at the University of Dayton. She lives in Dayton, Ohio, and has been an AHA member since 2002. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Paul Peucker

Paul Peucker is archivist/director at the Moravian Archives. He lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and has been a member since 2008. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Nicole Tarulevicz

Nicole Tarulevicz is senior lecturer of history and of Asian studies at the University of Tasmania (Australia). She lives in Hobart, Tasmania, and has been a member since 2005. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Andrae Marak

Andrae Marak is a dean and professor of history and political science at Governors State University. He lives in Homewood, Illinois, and has been a member since 1995. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Charles Walker

Charles Walker is a professor of history at the University of California, Davis, where he holds the MacArthur Foundation Endowed Chair in International Human Rights. He also directs the Hemispheric Institute on the Americas. He lives in Davis, California, and has been a member since 1991. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Jocelyn Imani

Jocelyn Imani is principal consultant at Cultural Interpretation Consultants, LLC. She lives in Washington, DC, and has been a member since 2011. 

AHA Member Spotlight: Beau D.J. Gaitors

Beau D.J. Gaitors is an assistant professor of history at Winston-Salem State University in the Department of History, Politics, and Social Justice. Dr. Gaitors lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and has been a member of the AHA since 2010.