Tag Archives: Pamphlets

The New American History Pamphlet Series – Now Discounted

All pamphlets in the AHA’s New American History series have now been significantly reduced in price to $2 each. Visit the AHA Publications Store (signing in as a member or registered user) to pick up some today.

The New American History series represents “new history,” and includes essays first published as a volume in 1990 by Temple University Press. Each pamphlet is less than 30 pages, offering great short studies by prominent scholars on issues of gender, ethnicity, labor, economy, politics, and culture.

New Directory Now Available

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 signing in to member services. Individual print copies of the Directory are available for purchase in our Publications Shop.

Departments that already have paid their fee for listing in the Directory should receive their print copy in the mail in the next 2–3 weeks.

October 19, 2011

New AHA Publications on the Constitution and Global and Comparative History

The AHA recently published one new pamphlet in the New Essays on American Constitutional History series and six new pamphlets in the Essays on Global and Comparative History series. See the quick summaries below for more information, and to purchase, go to our online Publications Store.

New Essays on American Constitutional History
The new pamphlet in the New Essays on American Constitutional History series (co-produced with the Institute for Constitutional History) is:

September 13, 2011

Free Access to the Directory in April 2011

During the month of April the AHA is offering free, unrestricted access to the online version of the Directory of History Departments, Organizations, and Historians.

Access
To try the online Directory, you will just need to log in here as a Guest at (user: Guest, password: April2011). At the end of April, only members and institutions who have subscribed to the Directory (through the Member or Departmental Services Programs) or purchased access through the AHAs Publication Sales Shop will have full access (sales will begin at the end of the month).

Teaching Tools: How Do You Use AHA Resources?

PamphletWhich of the AHA’s pamphlets, Perspectives on History articles, web pages, and blog posts do you use in the classroom? Which AHA resources are your favorite or engage your students to most? We want to hear your success stories and other experiences you’ve had with AHA resources.

Pamphlets
Do you have your students read pamphlets from our New Essays on American Constitutional History, Women’s and Gender History in Global Perspective, Teaching Diversity, or other series?

Perspectives on History
When you open the pages of Perspectives on History, do you turn to Masters at the Movies, look for  thoughts from high school teachers, find teaching strategies, or pull out articles on historical topics?

Call for Proposals: Regions and Regionalisms in the Modern World

The AHA Research Division has proposed a new publication series on the subject of “Regions and Regionalisms in the Modern World” to be edited by Prasenjit Duara (National University of Singapore) and Sebastian Conrad (Free University of Berlin). They have developed the following description and call for proposals:

Regions and the concomitant phenomenon of regionalisms are increasingly receiving attention as an object of historical study. For a large number of issues and questions, regions – understood as more or less integrated arenas of historical interaction that reach beyond the nation-state – appear to be the appropriate level of historical analysis.

November 24, 2010

Call for Proposals: Regions and Regionalisms in the Modern World

The AHA Research Division has proposed a new publication series on the subject of “Regions and Regionalisms in the Modern World” to be edited by Prasenjit Duara (National University of Singapore) and Sebastian Conrad (Free University of Berlin). They have developed the following description and call for proposals:

Regions and the concomitant phenomenon of regionalisms are increasingly receiving attention as an object of historical study. For a large number of issues and questions, regions – understood as more or less integrated arenas of historical interaction that reach beyond the nation-state – appear to be the appropriate level of historical analysis.

Program of the 124th Annual Meeting – Now Online!

2010 Program of the 124th Annual Meeting of the American Historical AssociationThe Program for the 124th Annual Meeting is now available online. Use it to:

Or use the search box to find sessions and events through relevant keywords.