Since launching in 2006, AHA Today has provided a platform for historians to showcase their research, professional activities, and historical expertise. The posts below—some of our most popular in 2016—demonstrate the diverse interests of historians and the diversity among historians. From fun annual meeting fashion forecasts to the serious business of Supreme Court nominations, AHA Today in 2016 had it all!
AHA staff are eager consumers of great historical content, and we enjoy sharing our finds in our series What We’re Reading. Here are a few staff picks for articles published this week.
This week’s What We’re Reading includes exhibitions, exciting history websites and digital projects, historical fiction, and more.
This week’s What We’re Reading features falling pianos, medieval plague victims, and aerial feats old and new.
This week’s What We’re Reading features Earth Day, plenty of visualizations, and a comic about the 1260 Mongol conquest of Damascus.
This week’s What We’re Reading contains Italian toilets, a medieval Yoda, tote bags, and much, much more.
This week’s What We’re Reading features taboo shorts, experiences within the history community, a baseball playing cult, and so much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features 3D Civil War photography, sideways history, some travel advice for #AHA2016 and much, much more!