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ACHA President Fr. Rick Gribble, CSC, announces election results, award recipients, and provides and update on the Annual Meeting in Chicago.
Voting begins on Oct. 25 and ends on Nov. 8. Members will receive instructions to vote via e-mail. Click on for the slate of candidates and to read candidate statements and CVs.
All graduate students presenting at the 2019 Annual Meeting are eligible to apply for the $500 travel grants.
ACHA President Rick Gribble introduces the Association’s new Executive Secretary/Treasurer, Professor Charles Strauss of Mount St. Mary’s University.
ACHA President Rick Gribble reflects on the Spring Meeting and looks ahead to the Association’s centennial celebration in January.
President Rick Gribble pens the inaugural issue of the ACHA’s quarterly newsletter.
“Why learn history?,” Klejment writes in her U.S. Catholicism syllabus, “It is time travel, transporting us from ourselves and our limited perspectives and linking us to people and societies separated by time and space.”
Dr. Kauffman’s career in Catholic education spanned more than half a century. It saw him publish several significant histories, including the Bicentennial History of the Catholic Church in America and American Catholic Identities: A Documentary History. He died Jan. 30 at age 81.
Fogarty was recognized for his impressive research and catalogue of publications, which include several important books and more than 80 scholarly pieces.