This is the first in a series of posts on AHA Today that will discuss the film Selma. Author Kent Germany is associate professor of history at the University of South Carolina and non-resident research fellow with the Presidential Recordings
What happens when historians go to the movies? Like everyone else, we kick back and enjoy two hours immersed in a story. However, there are certain tendencies that are difficult to turn off
We are delighted to announce that the AHA annual meeting will once again have an associated THATCamp on Tuesday, January 6 at the New School.
THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an unconference: an inexpensive, open gathering where participants
Last week, in preparation for the poster sessions at our 2015 annual meeting in New York, the AHA hosted a Google Hangout to discuss strategies for creating an effective conference poster. Participants included AHA director of scholarly communication and digital initiatives,
“Being in the funeral business . . . You hear things that you should never acknowledge. You hold history in your hands. You watch history buried. And you realize that people depend on you to keep their true history alive.