One of the missions of Perspectives on History, and the AHA, is to bring history more fully, and more responsibly, into public discussions.
The February issue includes the 2013 Presidential Address, followed by articles on gender and soldiering in the Mexican-American War, humanitarian responses to the Armenian Genocide, interracial sex in twentieth-century Africa, and Spanish shipping in the Atlantic borderlands during the Second
In July of last year San Jose State University (SJSU) announced that it was suspending its use of MOOCs (massive open online courses) for credit because of unsatisfactory completion rates.
Perspectives on History authors have a variety of interests and come from a range of professions, but they all share an astounding generosity.
The February issue of Perspectives on History recaps the AHA’s annual meeting and continues discussions started there and in previous issues.