Highlights of the 2009 Annual Convention of the American Historical Association
It's official: AHA will make an issue of gay marriage at its San Diego meeting
AHA takes a big hit in the collapsing stock market
AHA Members Back Move to Embarrass but Not Boycott Anti-Gay Hotel Owner at Next Convention
Jobs Are Down but Attendance Is Up at This Year's Historians' Meeting
A Checklist for Candidates Hoping to Zip Up a Job
Outgoing AHA President Gabrielle M. Spiegel Reflects on Where the Field Is Headed
Stan Katz wonders how AHA will handle challenges of the future
Seeking Purpose in Graduate Course Work
Liberal historians say the conservative trends of the Bush years have long roots
AHA Preliminary Report: A good year on the job market but troubles loom
AHA's Theodore Roosevelt-Woodrow Wilson Public Service Award goes to Adam Hochschild
Rate Your Students: Archie Summons Up Some AHA Detox
The Adventures of Notorious Ph.D., Girl Scholar
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Claire B. Potter: Hello, American Historical Association ... My Name Is The Tenured Radical And I Am Here To Recruit You
Mary L. Dudziak: Doing Transnational history at the AHA
VideosElection 2008: How 'Historic' Was It?
The HISTORY NEWS NETWORK (http://hnn.us) recorded these videos at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in New York City on January 4, 2009.
Eric Foner, professor of history at Columbia University:
Alan Brinkley, professor of history at Columbia:
Caroline Elkins, a historian at Harvard:
Jacqueline Jones, professor of History at the University of Texas:
David Levering Lewis, professor of history at NYU:
John Darwin, lecturer in history at Oxford:
Julian Zelizer, professor of history at Princeton:
The Subprime Mortgage Meltdown in Historical Perspective
The HISTORY NEWS NETWORK (http://hnn.us) recorded the following videos of the panel addressing the subprime crisis at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in New York City on January 4, 2009.
Louis Hyman, a Visiting Scholar, American Academy of Arts and Sciences:
Stephen Mihm, a history professor at the University of Georgia and author of A Nation of Counterfeiters (Harvard, 2008):
Daniel Wilchins, a reporter for Reuters:
Historians Against the War: The Bush-Cheney Administration
On January 3, 2009 Historians Against the War met at the Sheraton in New York City during the annual convention of the American Historical Association. The event featured a panel discussion: The Bush-Cheney Administration.
The first two speakers to appear on the panel were historian Van Gosse and event organizer Margaret Power:
(Videographer: Joe Friendly.)
Vijay Prashad, a historian at Trinity College:
Ellen Schrecker, a historian at Yeshiva University:
Barbara Weinstein, a historian at New York University:
Alice Kessler-Harris, a historian at Columbia University:
David Montgomery, emeritus professor of history at Yale University:
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