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AP World Unit 9

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“Hebrew with an Arabic Accent”: Teaching Israeli and Palestinian Shared History with Short Stories

Discussion of using short stories to teach twentieth century Israeli and Palestinian history

“Hebrew with an Arabic Accent”: Teaching Israeli and Palestinian Shared History with Short Stories
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“The Green Revolution Has Been a Team Effort”: Globalizing How We Teach the Green Revolution

Discussion of how to integrate Asian voices when teaching the Green Revolution

“The Green Revolution Has Been a Team Effort”: Globalizing How We Teach the Green Revolution
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“A Localized, Global Network of Resistance”: Teaching Resistance to Economic Globalization

Teaching resistance to globalization using the 1999 Seattle WTO protests

“A Localized, Global Network of Resistance”: Teaching Resistance to Economic Globalization
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“Identity is Always Complex”: Teaching the Shared Histories of Israelis and Palestinians

Discussion of how to move beyond teaching the Israeli and Palestinian conflict and instead teach the shared histories of Palestinians and Israelis from a world-historical perspective

“Identity is Always Complex”: Teaching the Shared Histories of Israelis and Palestinians
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“The Enemies of Colonialism and Racism”: Intersectionality and Teaching Decolonization after 1965

Discussion of teaching decolonization intersectionally with a focus on Southern Africa

“The Enemies of Colonialism and Racism”: Intersectionality and Teaching Decolonization after 1965
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“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

“All the Women of Cairo Would Have Taken Part”: Huda Sha’arawi and Egyptian Women’s Participation in the 1919 Revolution
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“Colonialism in all its Manifestations is an Evil”: Teaching Decolonization, 1914 to Present

Discussion of how to teach decolonization in world history courses and centering the agency of colonized peoples

“Colonialism in all its Manifestations is an Evil”: Teaching Decolonization, 1914 to Present
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“To Fend for Existence in the Poorest Conditions”: Women and Decolonization in 1963

A discussion of how we can use a speech from 1963 to discuss decolonization, gender roles, feminism, and the Cold War.

“To Fend for Existence in the Poorest Conditions”: Women and Decolonization in 1963
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“Their Voices Must Be Heard”: Women, Intersectionality, and Competing Global Visions in the Late Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

A discussion of how to teach the world historical roots of present-day issues using sources by women from the Global South

“Their Voices Must Be Heard”: Women, Intersectionality, and Competing Global Visions in the Late Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
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“Maintain Friendly Relations with All Countries”: Competing Global Visions from 1945 to 1975

A discussion of how to teach the Cold War as a global event with multiple visions for the world.

“Maintain Friendly Relations with All Countries”: Competing Global Visions from 1945 to 1975