Reconsideration of Memorials and Monuments

This article will be published in the upcoming Fall 2016 issue of History…


Sharing Nashville’s Civil Rights Past with the Police

Supervisors to first-responders attend training offered by staff of the Civil…


AASLH Members Receive More Than $500K in IMLS Grants

Nine AASLH member institutions dedicated to preserving African-American and…


Right-ing American History: Thoughts on AASLH and Reinterpreting History

Ever since I was young, I recall only visiting museums when I went on school…


3 Takeaways from “Interpreting Slavery: Building a Theoretical Foundation”

The Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site (ULSG) in St. Louis, Missouri,…


New AASLH Book: Art of the Amistad and the Portrait of Cinqué

The Amistad incident, one of the few successful ship revolts in the history of…


Playing With History: The New Civil Rights Era American Girl Doll

© American Girl/Mattel Last week, American Girl (AASLH members since 1996)…


The Kitchen is the Heart of the Home: Why the Greenfield Slave Cabins Matter

“The kitchen is the heart of the home.” We’ve been saying it since at least the…