Welcome to the AASLH Resource Center

The AASLH Resource Center is a collection of resources designed to help you do good history. Here you can register for upcoming professional development events and build your personal library from recent History News issues and Technical Leaflets, recorded webinars, and audio recordings. Keep track of your learning all in your Dashboard as you explore by category and resource type.  

Featured Resources and Events

Book Talk: Exploring Women's Suffrage Through 50 Historic Treasures
FEB. 8, 2022 | 3 - 4 PM ET | From hunger strikes to massive parades, the American women’s suffrage movement grabbed the attention of citizens and politicians around the United States. Today, countless museums, libraries, universities, and historic sites care for the objects and places that tell the story of suffrage. From posters and lapel buttons, to luncheonette plates and banners, the history of the movement is embodied in a wide variety of artifacts that have stood the test of time. Join AASLH author, and Minnetrista VP of Collections and Storytelling, Jessica D. Jenkins, as she shares some of the stories found on the pages of her recent book, "Exploring Women’s Suffrage Through 50 Historic Treasures."
Affinity Community Meet-Up: Educators and Interpreters Unwind
JAN. 26, 2022 | 4 - 5:15 PM ET | Affinity Community Meet-Up: Educators and Interpreters Unwind is an AASLH virtual event. Join the Educators and Interpreters Committee to connect, share ideas, and network with colleagues from coast to coast. This topical session will cover careers – where you are, where you’d like to go, and how to get there in this market. The meeting will include small group discussions as well as a career expert. Bring your worries, questions, and what you’re excited for in the coming months or years - and don’t forget your favorite afternoon snack!
STEPS Enrollment
Enrollment in STEPS is open to AASLH Institutional and Academic Program members only. Nonmember organizations are required to first purchase an AASLH Institutional or Academic Program membership. New STEPS enrollees receive one copy of the spiral bound workbook, access to the STEPS Community and other benefits. COST: $195 AASLH Institutional/Academic Program Members

Upcoming Events

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Recorded Webinars

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History News & Technical Leaflets

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Free Resources

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