Resources

The AASLH resource collection includes all AASLH publications, recorded webinars, audio recordings, and more. It also includes relevant resources from outside organizations, including website links, reports, sample documents, and more.


Additional Resources

Browse job listings for history organizations around the country, post open positions, and more. Our job board typically has 60-100 jobs and internships listed, and our listings get over 60,000 views a month. Institutional Members can post free 90-day internship listings.

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History News is the official magazine of AASLH. It exists to foster publication, scholarly research, and an open forum for discussion of best practices, applicable theories, and professional experiences pertinent to the field of state and local history. A History News subscription is a benefit of AASLH membership. Each quarterly issue includes featured articles, regular columns, and a Technical Leaflet.

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Since 1960, history professionals have been sharing their expertise through these clear and succinct how-to guides. Whether you seeking information on management and administration, interpretation, research practices, or preservation techniques, or any other subject related to the practice of state and local history, there’s probably a Technical Leaflet that will help.

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Every year, AASLH co-publishes 15-25 informative and relevant books for the field with Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. AASLH members always get 20% off our titles.

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Members of AASLH are invited to join any of our Affinity Communities, which are organized around subjects of interest, job types, and organization types. These communities offer more opportunities for networking and collaboration with like-minded history practitioners.

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AASLH knows it is important for all public officials (local, state, and national) to know about the vital work historical organizations do to educate the general public—the constituents of public officials—about your work and its role in a democratic and civil society, making citizens more thoughtful about the decisions they make and the consequences of those decisions. Advocacy and lobbying are also important leadership services provided by AASLH. AASLH sponsors, advocates, and lobbies on behalf of state and local history at the national level through strategic partnerships with several organizations.

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