Author: Aimee Loiselle

Livin the Dream / February 25, 2023

Out-On-A-Limb (Not Impostor) Syndrome

By the time I was in a history PhD program as a middle-aged woman, I knew I had the chops to do the academics. Writing and teaching were central to my work, and I had published general articles and literary short fiction that had…

News / December 10, 2022

2022 Dec: AHA Spotlight, To recognize its talented and eclectic membership

AHA members are involved in all fields of history, with wide-ranging specializations, interests, and areas of employment. To recognize its talented and eclectic membership, Perspectives Daily features a regular AHA Member Spotlight series. Aimee Loiselle is an assistant professor of history at Central Connecticut State University.

Presentations / June 14, 2022

2022 April: “The Crisis of Contingency and the Erosion of Research,” Scholarly Work and the Work of Scholarship in an Era of Contingency, OAH Boston

With contingent faculty now making up almost three-quarters of higher education’s academic workforce, the teacher/scholar model has broken down. Most contingent historians engage actively as scholars, but they do so with little support from scholarly institutions. This session examines the impact of the academic…