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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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“Ardently Desire the End of Colonialism”: Teaching Decolonization from 1955 to 1965

Discussion of how to teach decolonization from 1955 to 1965

“Ardently Desire the End of Colonialism”: Teaching Decolonization from 1955 to 1965
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“We Will Fight in Every Way We Can”: Teaching Decolonization from 1945 to 1955

Discussion of how to teach decolonization from 1945 to 1955 using African and Asian primary sources

“We Will Fight in Every Way We Can”: Teaching Decolonization from 1945 to 1955
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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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“Militant Unity and Solidarity”: Cuba, North Korea, and the Cold War

Discussion of the Cuban-North Korean relationship in the 1970s as a way to analyze the Cold War from a global perspective.

“Militant Unity and Solidarity”: Cuba, North Korea, and the Cold War
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“Korea, like Cuba”: The Cold War Beyond the United States and the Soviet Union

Discussion of the Cuban-North Korean relationship in the 1960s as a way to analyze the Cold War from a global perspective.

“Korea, like Cuba”: The Cold War Beyond the United States and the Soviet Union
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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