Open-Access Publishing: What Authors Should Know

The March 2017 issue of Perspectives on History featured a piece by Seth Denbo, the AHA’s director of scholarly communication and digital initiatives, on the trend of open-access monographs in humanities fields. As Denbo wrote, “A small but growing number of presses have started exploring new economic models that require authors or their institutions to […]

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#SayHerName: The LA Uprising, 25 Years Later

By Brenda E. Stevenson “No justice, no peace!” was the anthem of the day in late April 1992 in Los Angeles as local blacks, Latinos/as, and even a sprinkling of Asian Americans and whites joined in the five day “rebellion” that purportedly underscored the injustice of the verdict in the Rodney King police brutality trial. […]

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Grant of the Week

Grant of the Week: Jews in the Americas

Every week, AHA Today showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship of interest to historians which has been posted to our free Calendar. This week we are featuring the University of Florida’s short-term research fellowships to study Jews in the Americas. 

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April 26, 2017