Today’s What We’re Reading features comics that promote public understanding, museum collections, a database on The Simpsons, and much more!
For the past nine months we have been talking to historians who work beyond the professoriate, and posting the videos on the AHA’s YouTube channel.
The American Historical Association invites applications for editorial assistant in the Publications Department.
Today’s What We’re Reading features rare civil rights era photos, a “crisis of mediocre teaching,” the pitfalls of big data, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features a cold truth, the art of curation, NEH funding under attack, choosing a digital format for dissertations, and much more!
AHA members are involved in all fields of history, with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and areas of employment.
The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) recently announced the 2013-14 Charles A. Ryskamp and Frederick Burkhardt Fellowship winners.
Readers of the March issue of Perspectives on History, available now online and making its way to AHA members via the postal service, will encounter a history PhD in the world of value at risk footnotes, learn what happens at the consumption junction, discover the secrets of self-destructing social media, and find out why Caribbean history matters.