“All People Oppressed by Imperialism around the World”: Competing Global Visions in the Interwar Period, 1919-1939
A discussion of how to teach the 1920s and 1930s that explores competing ideologies, including anticolonialism.
After spending two days setting up the big picture of the revival of Afroeurasia in the fifteenth century, we dive into the Renaissance, or Renaissances, on the third day. I use two different readings with the students and set up the class in a sort of a modified Harkness style
About ten years ago, I developed a lesson on “Placing the Renaissance in a Global Setting.” The lesson can still be found on the AP World History Teacher Community, although you need to have an account to access it. The lesson was partially a response to an earlier discussion on