Established by the AHA in 2002, the National History Center brings historians into conversation with policy makers to stress the importance of historical context in understanding current affairs. The NHC’s Congressional Briefings program invites leading historians to Capitol Hill to discuss
In December 2014, AHA president, Jan Goldstein, and vice-president (Professional Division) Philippa Levine sent a letter to Terry McAuliffe, governor of Virginia, requesting he reconsider the scope of a new executive order designed to extend the reach of the Commonwealth’s
This Monday, January 19, at 8:00 p.m., C-SPAN’s American History TV will broadcast the panel “Understanding Ferguson: Race, Power, Protest, and the Past,” which convened on January 5, 2015, in New York at the AHA 2015 annual
Conducted via e-mail from June 25, 2014, to December 19, 2014, and at the Council Meeting on January 2 and 5, 2015.
Through e-mail conversation from June 25, 2014, to December 19, 2014, the Council of the American Historical Association
The AHA is pleased to pass along an exciting opportunity that recently came to our attention: a summer seminar hosted by the University of Texas at Austin Clements Center in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Led by senior scholars and former policymakers,