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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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…


Looking Back and Moving Forward with History News

By Aja Bain, Associate Editor, History News When you receive the latest issue…


American National Biography Seeks Contributors for Local and Regional Stories

By Jo Payne, Head of Biographical and General Reference, Oxford University…


Museum Education Roundtable Announces 2017 Award Winners

The Museum Education Roundtable is pleased and proud to announce the 2017…


What's Your New Year's Resolution?

January 1.  The start of a new year.  In my work life, most of my planning…


New AASLH Books for History Professionals (Spring 2016)

We are proud to announce the newest spring 2016 titles in the AASLH Series from…