The reports from the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta keep rolling in here at The Way of Improvement Leads Home. Paul Putz is Ph.D student in American history at Baylor University writing a very interesting dissertation on […]
Even Inside Higher Ed is talking about the acknowledgments section in Brendan Pietsch’s Dispensational Modernism. The website has devoted an entire article to our post. Here is a taste of Scott Jaschik’s report: John Fea, chair of history at Messiah College, was […]
AHA session #253. Sunday morning, January 10, 2016. Speakers: William Jelani Cobb, Katherine Landdeck, Jonathan Zimmerman, and Yoni Appelbaum See Storified tweets here. This was a great session.
Everyone is talking about Wheaton College. I just got back from the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta and it seemed like everyone I ran into wanted to chat about the Larycia Hawkins case. I had conversations […]
Here is Christian James‘s second post from the floor of the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. For his previous posts from AHA 2016 click here. -JF The last day at AHA 2016 included two solid digital […]
In case you have not seen it, Vanessa Holden has written a great post on the fashion choices made by the historians attending the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. She identifies four styles: The Classics The […]
Amy Sopcak-Joseph checks in with another dispatch from the floor of the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. To read Sopcak-Joseph’s previous post at The Way of Improvement Leads Home click here. –JF This conference has been […]
It was a busy day in Atlanta at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association. This morning I went to the Conference on Faith and History breakfast. It was good to see old friends and make some new ones. […]
We are happy to have Ana Stevenson writing for us this weekend from the floor of the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. Stevenson is a visiting scholar in the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at […]
David Blight describes @tanehisicoates’s Between World and Me partly as a memoir about becoming a historian. #aha16 — Caleb McDaniel (@wcaleb) January 9, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
This morning I finally made it to the book exhibit at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. (More on that in a later post). While browsing at the Oxford University Press booth I came across Brendan […]
It was a good day at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. I spent the morning chatting with several friends and acquaintances over coffee. The older I get in this profession it seems I spend less […]
Paul Bartow is back with another post as Day 2 of the AHA conference comes to a close. See his previous posts here.–JF After a great start to the AHA Conference yesterday, I was looking forward to day two. I […]
I Storified my tweets here.
We are glad to have Paul Bartow writing for us this week in Atlanta. This is Paul’s first visit to the AHA conference. He currently works as an American history research assistant at the American Enterprise Institute. Here is his […]
As I wrote in my post this morning, George Mason University is no longer funding the popular website History News Network. As a result, Rick Shenkman, the editor and founder of HNN, is not in Atlanta for this year’s meeting […]
The first day of the annual meeting of the American Historical Association is in the books. I usually don’t do much on the first afternoon of the AHA meeting apart from getting settled-in. I arrived in Atlanta around 3:30pm, checked […]
View the Storified tweets here from tonight’s plenary session.
The Way of Improvement Leads Home will be in Atlanta later this week for the annual meeting of the American Historical Association. We will be covering the conference from a variety of angles. At the moment, we have eleven correspondents […]