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

Recorded Webinar: Practical Lessons from the LGBTQ Columbia History Initiative
RECORDED ON JULY 27, 2021 | Practical Lessons from the LGBTQ Columbia History Initiative
Book Talk: Interpreting Slavery with Children and Teens
OCT. 19, 2021 | 3 - 4 PM ET | Kristin Gallas, co-editor of Interpreting Slavery at Museums and Historic Sites (2014), discusses her new book Interpreting Slavery with Children and Teens (Oct. 2021) and the importance of creating appropriate programming for all ages on this essential topic. Developing successful experiences—school programs, field trips, family tours—about slavery is more than just historical research and some hands-on activities. It requires empathy, respect, and willingness to engage in dialogue with young learners. Join the author as she shares findings from her research and answers questions about creating brave spaces for interpretation.

Upcoming Events

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Recorded Webinars

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History News & Technical Leaflets

Catch up on the latest History News and Technical Leaflets.

Free Resources

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