At 8:30 on Saturday morning, the Mercury Ballroom room was buzzing, and there wasn’t even any coffee. The energy was generated by Interviewing in the Job Market in the 21st Century, a workshop organized by the AHA’s Professional Division, and
The AHA is pleased to announce two open positions, one for editor of Perspectives on History and the other for marketing and public relations manager, both ideal for qualified individuals looking for an opportunity to positively impact the history profession.
About a week ago, the Oxford University Press blog published a fascinating post by professors Saladin Ambar (Lehigh University) and Stephen Tuck (Pembroke College, Oxford) on Malcolm X’s 1964 visit to Oxford, where he was invited as guest speaker for the
AHA members are involved in all fields of history, with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and areas of employment.
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.
This year, the Professional Division of the AHA Council will again hold its annual workshop to