Members of the American Historical Association will now be able to create interest groups (organized bodies of history specialists), under a policy approved by Council in January. The new interest groups are intended to supplement the existing affiliated societies
At its meeting on Wednesday, the AHA Council appointed 55 new committee members, who will serve on 36 prize, grant, and policy committees of the Association. The committee members are the lifeblood of the organization—providing the essential intellectual work that
At its meeting yesterday, the AHA Council unanimously agreed to rename the Roy Rosenzweig Fellowship for Innovation in Digital History, making it the Roy Rosenzweig Prize for Innovation in Digital History. This brings the name into line with reality, as
At its meeting today, the AHA Council approved applications for affiliation from the National Coalition for Independent Scholars and the Toynbee Prize Foundation, joining 114 other affiliated societies. Affiliates receive rooms for session and other functions at the AHA
See below for the winners of the 2009 AHA Election. These individuals will begin their terms of office following the 124th Annual Meeting in San Diego.
Barbara Metcalf (Univ. of California at Davis, emerita)
Anthony Grafton (Princeton Univ.)