The latest iteration of the U.S. News and World Report rankings of history graduate programs appeared yesterday, prompting fresh questions about their value for the discipline.
In response to a question from Stacy Patton for her Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Stale PhDs Need Not Apply,” I put together the accompanying chart from my surveys of job advertisers. The trends are quite fascinating, and
The AHA cordially invites visiting researchers and friends of the Association to attend the second annual AHA Summer Reception at our Capitol Hill headquarters, Tuesday, July 31, from 3:30 – to 6:30pm. Meet historians who are using the city’s extensive
The 37th edition of the Directory of History Departments, Historical Organizations, and Historians, with information on almost 800 history departments and historical organizations, is now available.
AHA members may now also access the online version of the Directory by
The AHA’s Statement on Standards of Professional Conduct has been updated both online and in print form for 2011.
The amended statement continues to address “dilemmas and concerns about the practice of history that historians have regularly brought to the