Philadelphia Reflections from #AASLH2019

By Harvee White, Augusta Museum of History, Augusta, GA Conferences, in the…


100,000 Scans Later: Reflections on a Two-Year Project

Picture a cramped, dusty basement covered wall-to-wall with wooden shelves and…


Women Who Mentor: Amy Thibodeau, Writer, Editor, and Content Strategist

Women engineers at Bletchley Park working on Colossus, the codebreaking…


Women Who Mentor: Gemma Birnbaum, Assistant Director of Curriculum, The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum’s U.S. Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center. One of the…


Networking for Emerging History Professionals

Talking to other history professionals at the 2015 AASLH Annual Meeting…


AASLH Welcomes First 30 Academic Program Members

In April 2016, AASLH launched a brand new membership type for Academic…


Experience Beyond the Classroom: Preparing for the Job Market as a Student

It was my first interview. I had eagerly prepared, going over all the projects…


Recruiting Your Superiors: Thoughts on Advancing in the Field

Earlier this week, I participated in the #AASLHchat on “Issues Facing Emerging…