Author Archives: Stephanie Kingsley

About Stephanie Kingsley

Stephanie received her MA in English from the University of Virginia, where she specialized in 19th-century American literature, book history, textual studies, and digital humanities. Special interests include the physical book, preservation of the material and digital record, digital scholarly editing, and music history. In her spare time, Stephanie plays the violin in a local symphony. down for Maintenance Today at 4:00 p.m.

The Colossus computer, used to break codes during World War II, 1943. On Wikipedia.

The Colossus computer, used to break codes during World War II, 1943. On Wikipedia. needs a quick reboot to resolve a technical hiccup and will be unavailable starting at 4:00 p.m. today. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have the website back up again soon.

AHA Today will still be available, and we recommend browsing some of our recent blog posts. Popular posts this week have featured reflections on the Rockville Confederate soldier statue, discoveries at the slave cemetery at Monticello, and a food history blog and app created by PhD history students at Columbia University, one of AHA-Mellon Career Diversity’s four pilot programs.

At the First ScholarFest, Conversations and Connections

This past Thursday, staff from the AHA and the National History Center headed to the Kluge Center at the Library of Congress for ScholarFest, a celebration of 15 years of the center’s operation, 

Grant of the Week: NEH Humanities Initiatives at Community Colleges

Every week, AHA Today showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship of interest to historians that has been posted to our free Calendar. We look for grants of potential interest to a wide range of scholars, and this week we are featuring an opportunity for community colleges with NEH.