The Future of the AHA (cont’d)

Over the past year or so I’ve written several posts about the future of the American Historical Association. In yesterday’s AHA Today blog, Rob Townsend offers up a concise review of how the reforms of the annual meeting initiated by Roy Rosenzweig have (or have not) taken hold at the meeting. Roy’s hope was that […]

The Future of the AHA

What if the American Historical Association held an annual meeting and no one came? That’s not likely to happen, but it’s an interesting question to ponder, especially in light of the recently published “Final Report and Recommendations of th Working Group on the Future of the AHA.” This report is well worth reading, both because […]