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…


First Group of Entries in "The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook" Coming in August

By Modupe Labode, Will Walker, and Robert Weible, Editors of "The Inclusive…


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AASLH Receives Grant to Study Americans’ Attitudes Towards History

By John Marks, PhD., Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives, AASLH AASLH…


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Webinar: Writing for History Publications

Every project has a story, and the field want to hear yours! Public history…


U.S. 250, Career Diversity, and Other Takeaways from the AHA Annual Meeting

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the American Historical…


AASLH Annual Meeting: Call for Posters 2016

This year the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) is…


Call for Posters 2015

This year the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) is…


AASLH Presents First Joint Video with NCPH and Institute of Oral History

AASLH, the National Council on Public History (NCPH), and the Institute of Oral…