We are excited to announce that the AHA is sponsoring the first annual reception for history bloggers and Twitterstorians at the annual meeting (which is just a few weeks away).
In celebration of the AHA’s return to Washington, DC for AHA 2014, we are asking historians to help us name a few cocktails that will be available at the various hotel bars throughout the meeting.
In Today’s What We’re Reading we feature readings (and video) related to the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, a look at how some past presidents may have fared in today’s social media environment, a discussion of adjuncts as teachers, and much more!
The AHA is happy to announce it will be able to offer free WiFi to annual meeting attendees.
In spite of the perks of networking with over 5,000 historians, attending sessions on the latest scholarship, and perusing the booths of hundreds of vendors (just to name a few), we know that not everyone will be able to attend the AHA’s upcoming annual meeting in Washington, DC on January 2-5, 2014.
Today’s What We’re Reading features a look at 12 Years a Slave in contemporary Louisiana, balancing STEM, our growing move toward social media echo chambers, and much more!
In an effort to highlight the diverse range of scholarship at the upcoming annual meeting, we’re highlighting different sessions here on the blog each week.
Since 1884, the American Historical Association, and by extension our annual meeting, has served as the center for history professionals to connect, network, and discuss any and all issues relating to the practice and study of history.