Here are ideas on what to write:
- Takeaways from history organizations doing great work
- Lessons learned from recent or ongoing projects at your organization
- Tips on administration and leadership
- Career advice and guidance for professionals in the field
- Unique takes on current trends (i.e. what’s the next Hamilton?)
- Constructive reflections on the state of the field
- Length: 350-800 words
- Posts should be in Chicago Style
- All submissions must include at least one landscape orientation photo with photo credit/caption
- Do not footnote; instead, provide URLs for references
- Single space after sentences
- All submissions must include at least one landscape orientation photo
- Two-three photos are ideal
- Photos should at least 450 pixels wide
- Photos should be free of any copyright restrictions; include attributions/ credit in the captions
- Articles should be original content that has not been published elsewhere
- AASLH reserves the right to turn down any post that isn’t a good fit for the blog
- AASLH is not required to use the photos submitted with the post if they are not a good fit; in that case, the blog editor will supply appropriate photos to go with the post
- AASLH will adjust or replace titles as needed for consistency and clarity
Questions? Email Hannah Hethmon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to know what you think. Answer the following question for a chance to be featured in AASLH's History News magazine.
What is the future of
collaboration between public history institutions and history departments at
colleges and universities?
Answers should be no more than two paragraphs long and may be edited for length by History News editors. The editors will choose answers they find interesting to include in the magazine. Contributors will not be notified whether or not their answer makes it to the magazine.
AASLH Leadership in History Awards
Nominations Due: March 1, 2017Before beginning the nomination process, you are strongly encouraged to contact your AASLH State Team leader to discuss the nomination. You can find your state team leader contact information here: http://about.aaslh.org/awards-submission-process/
We suggest submitting no more than one project per category per institution.