If you missed Friday night’s presidential address, delivered by outgoing AHA president Kenneth Pomeranz, you can now take advantage of our video coverage.
We are aware that some attendees have encountered significant travel delays as they depart from the meeting.
This was the first of a two-part session on the future of graduate education.
It is the last day of the AHA’s 128th annual meeting, but there are plenty of sessions and events going on today. Read on to see the few we’ve highlighted below.
Who gets an obituary? Who decides? How are they written? And how do obituaries frame and construct history?
Today’s guest post comes from Stephen Aron, UCLA and Autry National Center.
Tonight Kenneth Pomeranz will deliver his presidential address, “Histories for a Less National Age.”