The Way We Do the Things We Do: Making History-Making Visible

By Benjamin Filene, North Carolina Museum of History, Raleigh, NC Sometimes…


The Philadelphia Psychiatrist Who Changed LGBTQ History

By Hannah Fisher Gray, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Come learn…


Focus on Women’s History at #AASLH2019

Philadelphia Museum of Art, East Entrance. Photo: Philadelphia Museum of Art…


Confederacy in the Commons: Addressing Controversy on the Monument Avenue Walking Tour

By Kalen Martin-Gross, AmeriCorps member, the Clio Foundation Despite being a…


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 July

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


Moving Luzerne County Historical Society Forward

By Aimee E. Newell, Ph.D., Executive Director, Luzerne County Historical…


Historic Preservation and The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook

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


Philadelphia Celebrates National History Day Winners

By Michael Madeja, American Philosophical Society Museum, Philadelphia, PA In…


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…