Blog Roundup for #AHA24

This week marks the annual meeting of the American Historical Association (#AHA24) in San Francisco! We’ll be sharing our newest titles, course essentials, and award-winning books on the history of the United States, the ancient world, Latin America, and the Middle East. To celebrate the good work of the AHA, we’ve gathered blog posts featuring authors and books that we’re excited to share during the meeting.

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Below, readers can explore author Q&As with #AHA24 conference presenter Myriam J. A. Chancy; new release authors Georgina Hickey and Marcia Stephenson; Awad Halabi on ritual, colonialism, and Palestinian identity; Elaine A. Peña on her award-winning study of annual celebrations of George Washington’s birthday on the US-Mexico border; and more. These short blog posts dig into Dominican and Haitian histories, LGBTQ grassroots activism in Texas, and research into marginalized communities and lesser-known threads of history that deepen our understanding of the world, and emphasize the importance of historical thinking in public life.

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Author Q&As and Excerpts from Books Featured at AHA2024