AP World Unit 7
“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 Gandhi saw non-cooperation as a response to events of 1919 and 1920
Discussion of how to teach the various anticolonial strategies of 1920.
“All the Women of Cairo Would Have Taken Part”: Huda Sha’arawi and Egyptian Women’s Participation in the 1919 Revolution
Discussion of Huda Sha’arawi’s description of her participation in the Egyptian Revolution of 1919
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 Emma Goldman and resistance to war during the First World War
“They Know the Peacebreakers but not the Peacemakers”: Teaching Dissent, Pacifism, and Women’s Activism in the First World War
A discussion of women’s peaceful protest during the First World War and using secondary sources in the world history classroom.
“Haiti Has Borne the Weight of a Heavy Debt”: Teaching the Long-Term Effects of the Haitian Revolution
Discussion of how to teach the long-term consequences of the Haitian Revolution
A discussion of how to teach the participation of Indigenous peoples in the Mexican Revolution.