“Hopelessness at Home, A Secure Future Overseas”: Teaching Jewish Migration in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
Discussion of teaching nineteenth and twentieth century Jewish migration in a world historical context.
Teaching the Great Dying from an Indigenous American perspective
“Nothing Remained of the Houses”: Indigenous American Resistance to Columbus’ First Settlement in the Americas
Discussion of how to teach Indigenous American resistance to Columbus' first colony in the Americas
“By Love and Friendship Rather than by Force”: Columbus’ First Description of Indigenous Americans and Student Participation
Discussion of how to encourage student participation in world history courses and teaching Columbus Day
“We Will Follow That Which Our Ancestors Followed”: Indigenous Agency and Navigating the Changes in Sixteenth-Century Mesoamerica
A discussion about teaching the agency of Indigenous Americans in sixteenth-century Mesoamerica.
A discussion about integrating the experiences of Indigenous Americans into the teaching of world history.
A discussion of teaching the silver trade to understand the effects on Indigenous Americans better.
A discussion of how to integrate African voices into the teaching of the abolition of slavery.
A discussion of how to center the resistance of enslaved Africans when teaching the transatlantic slave system in world history courses.
A discussion of how to teach the transatlantic slave system in the late seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries.