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“British boxing versus Indian fisticuffs”: South Asia in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1860 - c.1940

A discussion of teaching British rule in India by focusing on stories on Indian resistance.

“British boxing versus Indian fisticuffs”: South Asia in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1860 - c.1940
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Monthly Digest: January 2023

Monthly Digest for January 2023.

Monthly Digest: January 2023
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“The Invaders Will Know No Tranquility”: The Transition to New Imperialism, 1840-1880

A discussion of how to teach European imperialism between 1840 and 1880.

“The Invaders Will Know No Tranquility”: The Transition to New Imperialism, 1840-1880
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“Pilfering Our Resources”: Teaching the Causes of New Imperialism with Primary Sources

A discussion of how to teach the causes of New Imperialism using primary sources.

“Pilfering Our Resources”: Teaching the Causes of New Imperialism with Primary Sources
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“White Devils All Over Asia”: Teaching New Imperialism, c.1850 - c.1940

A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in world history courses and centering the voices of colonized people.

“White Devils All Over Asia”: Teaching New Imperialism, c.1850 - c.1940
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“Excessive Labor and Confinement”: Historical Imagination and the Urban Working Class

A discussion of teaching the Industrial Revolution to help students better understand how workers experienced industrialization.

“Excessive Labor and Confinement”: Historical Imagination and the Urban Working Class
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“Making a Great Profit”: Historical Imagination and the Opium Trade

A discussion of teaching the opium trade to understand the different ways opium shaped the nineteenth century.

“Making a Great Profit”: Historical Imagination and the Opium Trade
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Monthly Digest: December 2022

Monthly digest for December 2022

Monthly Digest: December 2022
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“Men so Heartless”: Historical Imagination and Potosí

A discussion of teaching the silver trade to understand the effects on Indigenous Americans better.

“Men so Heartless”: Historical Imagination and Potosí
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“Ruined and Plundered and Burned”: Historical Imagination, Lascars, and the Portuguese Arrival in the Indian Ocean

A discussion of teaching the arrival of the Portuguese in the Indian Ocean from the perspective of local sailors.

“Ruined and Plundered and Burned”: Historical Imagination, Lascars, and the Portuguese Arrival in the Indian Ocean