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…


Getting in the Door is the Battle

By Alima Bucciantini, Assistant Professor of Public History at Duquesne…


Leadership in History Awards Nominations Open

For over seventy years, AASLH has presented the Leadership in History Awards…


Know a Leader in the History Field? Submit a Nomination for the Award of Distinction

Lonnie Bunch, 2017 Award of Distinction recipient. AASLH is seeking nominations…


AASLH Announces the HLI Class of 2018

By Max van Balgooy, HLI Director AASLH welcomes the Class of 2018 to the…


AASLH Welcomes New Council Officers and Members

NASHVILLE, TN— The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH)…


Chime In Before the Annual Meeting

Museum as Site for Social Action (MASS Action) Mia Convening, October 6-8,…


The Value of Small Museum Experience, or Why I Don’t Have a “Better” Job

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