Book Review: Teaching with Primary Sources

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


A group of students observe and point at a microfilm reader.

Citizen Historians, U.S. Newspapers, and the History of the Holocaust

This article is from the Winter 2019 issue of History News, AASLH's quarterly…


2018 Online Conference Recordings Now Available (Including a Freebie!)

The AASLH Online Conference is a yearly component of our Annual Meeting where…


The StEPs logo, in which the letters of S-T-E-P-S are typed above a curved brush stroke that is lower on the left and higher on the right. Text below logo reads Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations.

Five Organizations Earn StEPs Certificates in March

We congratulate these members who earned StEPs certificates last month! The…


Shapell Roster Project Seeks Jewish Civil War Sources and Descendants

By Eliza Kolander, Outreach Specialist, Shapell Manuscript Foundation What…


"It's About Transparency and Respect": An Interview with NAGPRA Liaison Sheila Goff

Mesa Verde National Park in southwest Colorado. Following a career that…


Research is Respect: the Mt. Zion Memorial Fund for Cemetery Preservation

By T. DeWayne Moore, Executive Director, Mt. Zion Memorial Fund, Oxford,…


The StEPs logo, in which the letters of S-T-E-P-S are typed above a curved brush stroke that is lower on the left and higher on the right. Text below logo reads Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations.

Four Organizations Earn StEPs Certificates in February

We congratulate these members who earned StEPs certificates last month! The…


Continuing Education Grant Is a Work in Progress

In December 2017, AASLH was awarded a National Leadership grant from the…


You Start By Meeting Your Audience

NPS photo. By Mike Hudson, Director, Museum of the American Printing House for…