A discussion of how to teach the participation of Indigenous peoples in the Mexican Revolution.
A discussion of syncretism in Spanish colonial Cuzco in the eighteenth century.
Discussion of teaching Indigenous Americans in Argentina and Latin America in the nineteenth century
“Know How to Treat Indians”: Indigenous American Resistance to the British Attempts at Christianization
A discussion of Indigenous American resistance in eighteenth-century New York.
“You Glory in Our Old Rags”: Indigenous Americans and the Fur Trade in Northern America, c.1600 - c.1800
Discussion of teaching the North American fur trade in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries that centers Indigenous American experiences.
A discussion of Indigenous resistance in Spanish Peru.
“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.
In many world history textbooks, discussion of the Atlantic Revolutions often begins with the background causes, such as the Seven Years’ War and the Enlightenment, that contributed to the outbreak of the Revolutions, and the first revolution discussed is almost always the North American Revolution. While it makes sense to