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AHR Interview

AHR Interview presents brief discussions with historians whose work has appeared in the American Historical Review, the official publication of the American Historical Association. Sometimes the interview accompanies an article or a featured review in a current or recent issue; other times it will feature a scholar who has recently been in the news, but whose work appeared in the journal in the past. These accessible and user-friendly podcasts highlight historical scholarship of wide interest and enormous import for issues of the day.

info_outline Coda 11/17/2021
info_outline Karlos Hill on Community Engaged History 06/01/2021
info_outline Alyssa Sepinwall and Andrew Denning on Historical Video Games 03/23/2021
info_outline An AHR Conversation on Black Internationalism 03/17/2021
info_outline Jessica Marie Johnson on the History of Atlantic Slavery and the Digital Humanities 02/17/2021
info_outline Merle Eisenberg and Lee Mordechai on the Plague Concept 01/01/2021
info_outline Monica H. Green on The Four Black Deaths 12/16/2020
info_outline Ari Joskowicz on His Article “The Age of the Witness and the Age of Surveillance” 10/08/2020
info_outline Ian Milligan Discusses His Book History in the Age of Abundance? 09/18/2020
info_outline Submitting Your Work to the AHR 07/21/2020
info_outline Julia Gaffield on Julius S. Scott’s The Common Wind 06/29/2020
info_outline Corinne Field and Nicholas Syrett on the Roundtable "Chronological Age" 04/15/2020
info_outline Ana Minian on Her Article “Offshoring Migration Control" 03/17/2020
info_outline Tyler Anbinder on Ireland’s Great Famine Refugees in New York 02/25/2020
info_outline Sharon Leon Part 1: A Better History of Digital History 01/15/2020
info_outline Sharon Leon Part 2: Historians and Data 01/15/2020
info_outline T.J. Tallie on "The Moon Is Dead! Give Us Our Money!" 12/11/2019
info_outline Ben Wright and Joseph Locke on The American Yawp 11/19/2019
info_outline Charles Francis on LGBTQ Archive Activism 10/23/2019
info_outline Karin Wulf on Scholarly Publishing and Women Also Know History 09/19/2019
info_outline Liz Covart BONUS 09/12/2019
info_outline Liz Covart on the State of History Podcasting 09/12/2019
info_outline Robert Greene on His Film "Bisbee '17" 05/20/2019
info_outline Kathryn Tomasek on Historians and Digital Scholarship 05/02/2019
info_outline Kathryn Olivarius on Her Article “Immunity, Capital, and Power in Antebellum New Orleans” 03/25/2019
info_outline Brandon Byrd on African American Intellectual History 03/18/2019
info_outline The Fire at the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro 02/04/2019
info_outline Bianca Premo & Yanna Yannakakis: “A Court of Sticks and Branches" 01/28/2019
info_outline Trevor Getz on Graphic History 12/12/2018
info_outline Regina Kunzel on Her Article "The Power of Queer History" 11/29/2018