Now available online and very soon in members’ mailboxes, the year-end issue of Perspectives on History features a compelling valedictory column by Kenneth Pomeranz on habits of mind that many historians have internalized to the point of forgetting to mention
The Research Division has become aware that some scholarly journals in history are attaching full copies of articles when initially contacting potential peer reviewers.
The Nominating Committee of the American Historical Association, chaired by Raúl A. Ramos (University of Houston), announces the results of the 2013 balloting for officers and members of elected committees.
The AHA’s Statement on Policies Regarding the Embargoing of Completed History PhD Dissertations has generated wide discussion, controversy, articles in Inside Higher Education and the Chronicle of Higher Education, and a number of questions.
In their June 2013 meeting, the AHA Council drafted a statement on policies regarding best practices for embargoing completed history PhD dissertations.