“Indirect Ways of Expressing our Patriotism”: Centering Women in Teaching Anticolonialism in the 1920s and 1930s
Discussion of teaching women’s anticolonialism in the 1920s and 1930s
Discussion of how to teach 1919 as the start of decolonization.
Discussion of how to teach decolonization in world history courses and centering the agency of colonized peoples
Discussion of how to read against the grain to understand lost voices in the transatlantic slave system.
An example of elite resistance in Togoland to German imperialism
A discussion of the civilizing mission, colonial education, and how we decolonize our pedagogy.
Discussion of how local African rulers responded to Portuguese empire-building and the expansion of the transatlantic slave trade.
Discussion of how to teach West Africa’s production revolution in the nineteenth century
“The Unspun Thread for the Message of Allah”: The Indian Ocean Exchange Network in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
A discussion of teaching the Indian Ocean exchange network in the sixteenth century.
A discussion of how we can use a speech from 1963 to discuss decolonization, gender roles, feminism, and the Cold War.