AHA members are involved in all fields of history, with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and areas of employment.
Live-tweeting at conferences is growing in popularity, but should there be limits? While at the annual meeting this year, I had the opportunity to talk with bloggers and self-described “Twitterstorians” who expressed concern over the lack of live-tweeting etiquette. Not
The 2013 Job Center was a positive experience for the large majority of participants, according to 104 job candidates who responded to our annual survey. Over 86 percent reported that they were satisfied or very satisfied with their interviews, while
AHA President William Cronon’s Thursday night plenary session at the AHA annual meeting, “The Public Practice of History in and for a Digital Age,” was taped by C-SPAN and will air this weekend on American History TV.
The panel featured
This month’s Perspectives on History, now in the mail and online, features a look back, through articles and photos, at the 127th annual meeting in New Orleans. A photo essay by Chris Hale displays some of the best