Today’s What We’re Reading features a virtual tour of ancient Rome, a regrettable find in a Berlin archive, Mars 2020’s payload, and much more!
On June 12, 2014, AHA President Jan Goldstein and Executive Director Jim Grossman sent a letter to Jonathan Jarvis, the director of the National Park Service, regarding the relocation of the National Archives for Black Women’s History.
Today’s What We’re Reading features the story of the classic white shirt, why STEM needs more gender studies, a database of the best commencement speeches ever recorded, and much more!
On Tuesday, Archivist of the United States David Ferriero announced 30 grants for total of $2.62 million for documentary editing and archival projects.
As I walk past Union Station in Washington, DC, just as when I used to walk towards Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago, homeless people talk to me, ask me questions, wish me a good Tuesday, and bless me whether I help them or not, whether I look at them or not.
On November 28, 2011, President Obama signed the Presidential Memorandum – Managing Government Records.
Today’s What We’re Reading features historians shining brightly on the Daily Show, new closures at the National Archives, turning GIFs into a language, flaming cats, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features early southern cooking recipes, a discussion of Monuments Men with historian Astrid Eckert, free Amtrak rides for writers, and much more!