Historic Preservation and The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook

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


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…


Rose beds in a garden on a sunny day.

Book Review: Museums Involving Communities: Authentic Connections

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


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…


"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,…


Book Review: Participatory Heritage

This review originally appeared in the Autumn 2018 issue of History News.…


Join the Blue Star Museums Program!

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


I Said Bang! A History of the Dirt Bowl, the Crown Jewel of the Most Basketball-Obsessed City in America

This project is the recipient of a 2017 History in Progress Award. Inaugural…