The digitization of historians’ source materials takes center stage in Perspectives on History this month, with “Material Culture in the Digital Frame: A Forum” and “The Digitization and Democratization of Oral History” in our State
To accompany our ongoing AHA Member Spotlight we have introduced an AHA Council Spotlight series featuring short interviews with our elected council officers. Like our membership, the AHA Council is composed of historians with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and stories.
Today’s guest blogger is Sarah Shurts, an AHA Tuning participant and assistant professor of history at Bergen Community College.
Comedian Joel McHale recently gave an interview where he mentioned that he had been a history major but had turned to
Humanists readily understand the “value” of what we teach, study, and write. We too often forget that this is less obvious to many of our neighbors, and have not developed a deep and wide advocacy movement to promote humanistic thinking
In the face of wintry weather in some states and a chilly political climate for the humanities in others, dozens of historians shared the warmth of professional community near the AHA offices in Capitol Hill earlier this month. Faculty members