Discussion of how to teach decolonization from 1945 to 1955 using African and Asian primary sources
Discussion of teaching anticolonialism in China in the 1920s and 1930s using posters
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 Japanese nanban screens and teaching continuity in the sixteenth-century Indian Ocean.
Discussion of how to teach Southeast Asia’s economic changes in the nineteenth century
Discussion of how to use different sources to teach the spread of Champa rice
“Workmen Constantly Employed”: Teaching Mass Production and Industrialization in the Long Nineteenth Century
A discussion of how to teach the nineteenth-century Industrial Revolution as a global process.
A discussion of the Song Chinese economy.
“The Number of Chinese Appears to be Very Considerable”: The Chinese Diaspora in Southeast in the Early Nineteenth Century
A discussion of how to teach Chinese migration to Southeast Asia in the early nineteenth century