Historic Preservation and The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook

“Women Barbers at Tule Lake Segregation Center,” Library of Congress. By Priya…


Creating Inclusive Environments for History Practitioners: #AASLH2019 Conference Sessions

By Stacy Klingler, AASLH Diversity and Inclusion Committee  Diversity and…


The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook: Creating an Open Digital Resource

By Sheila A. Brennan, Advisory Committee Member, The Inclusive Historian’s…


The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook: A Resource for Collaborative History-Making

By Denise D. Meringolo, UMBC, The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook Advisory…


First Group of Entries in "The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook" Coming in August

By Modupe Labode, Will Walker, and Robert Weible, Editors of "The Inclusive…


2019 Leadership in History Award Winners

AASLH is proud to announce the winners of the 74th annual Leadership in…


Protest with people holding signs.

Heritage Planning for Sustainable Cultural Impacts

By Douglas Worts, AASLH Sustainability Task Force member In a recent column…


An iceberg in a lake next to brown hills on a sunny day.

History and Climate Change

This column originally appeared in the Winter 2019 issue of History News. By…


Windmills in a field during sunset.

AASLH’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability and Climate

By Sarah W. Sutton, Task Force Co-chair It’s an incredibly exciting time to…


Five Things to Know about Light in Your Museum Space

This post is brought to you by our Field Services Alliance Affinity Community.……