Washing Day. 1900 by Detroit Photography. Photo courtesy of trialsanderrors, CC BY 2.0
New York is one of the world’s great iconic cities, with a rich and diverse history and a vibrant cultural landscape. While you are at the meeting,
The American Historical Association’s Teaching Division submitted a letter today regarding the upcoming revision of the California K-12 History-Social Sciences Framework. The letter is an official contribution to the public commentary period and supports the FAIR Act revisions in
On September 24, the Smithsonian American Art Museum hosted a symposium entitled The Art of Tom Lea: Preserving Our National Heritage.
The November issue of Perspectives on History is now available on the web (for anyone), and as an e-book and a PDF for members. Members will receive their copies in the mail soon.
We are receiving a high volume of
In an effort to highlight the diverse range of scholarship at the upcoming annual meeting, we’re featuring different sessions on the blog each week.
Twenty-five years ago, American Civil War historian James McPherson published his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Battle Cry