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  • A Diversity Fellowship Winner’s Perspective of AASLH 2015

    2015 was my first time attending the annual AASLH conference and I am unbelievably appreciative to AASLH for awarding me the Douglas Evelyn Diversity

  • Trial by Fire: The New Future of History Nonprofits

    The American Academy of Arts & Sciences’ Humanities Indicators (HI) project just released a detailed report on Not-for-Profit History

  • How Charleston’s Past was Secured for the Future

    2015 marks AASLH’s 75th Anniversary Year. For the occasion, AASLH has created a blog series for members to share their unique history and

  • AASLH Aspirations

    To shape AASLH’s future, the Council and its Aspirations Task Force have outlined four key ideas. We are interested in knowing what you think. You

  • A Message from Louisville

    It is hard to believe that we are less than a week away from welcoming the AASLH conference to Kentucky! More than three years ago we hosted the

  • Excited About the Online Conference? I Am

    As the 2015 AASLH Annual Meeting Intern, one of my duties is coordinating the online conference for those who are unable to attend the onsite

  • Announcing the SHA Class of 2015

    We are proud to announce the next class of Developing History Leaders @ SHA! SHA is a three-week program focuses on professional development for

  • Review: Zen and the Art of Local History

    Note: In 2014, AASLH and the British Association for Local History (BALH) began steps to make common cause in the pursuit of local history. While

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