Do you study capitalism, childhood and youth, or emotions and senses? Do you see yourself as a transnational or borderlands historian? Do you focus on local history, digital methods, or history teaching and learning?
Today we are pleased to launch curricular materials developed by faculty participating in the AHA’s Tuning project. Since 2012, the Tuning project has provided a collaborative forum and process for history faculty to articulate the central skills students gain by
The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress is now accepting applications for Kluge Fellowships. The application deadline is July 15, 2015.
As readers of this blog series are probably aware, in 2013 the AHA published “The Many Careers of History PhDs,” which quantified and explored the various career outcomes enjoyed by history PhDs. Within the 25% who found employment beyond
How can we contribute to broader discussions in which people might benefit from history? How might our professional training as historians offer skills and habits applicable beyond the confines of highly specialized fields? As second-year doctoral students at Columbia we