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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…


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

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


You Start By Meeting Your Audience

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


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New Webinar Series: History Relevance Coffee Breaks

AASLH, in partnership with the History Relevance initiative, is proud to…


Crowdsourcing Slavery Interpretation: Challenges and Responses

Courtesy of Montpelier Foundation. By Christian Cotz, Kristin Gallas, Linnea…


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AASLH Announces 2018 Leadership in History Award Winners

AASLH is proud to announce the winners of the 73rd annual Leadership in History…


Join the Blue Star Museums Program!

Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts,…


Beyond Due Diligence: The Importance of Credit Panels

One of the many pleasures of a recent visit to the American Civil War Museum in…


Five Organizations Earn StEPs Certificates in April

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