“Let These Sacred Words Unite Us”: The Haitian Revolution, Creative Expression, and Teaching Analytical Writing
Discussion of how to teach analytical writing to world history students using emotions and the Haitian Revolution.
“Nothing Remained of the Houses”: Indigenous American Resistance to Columbus’ First Settlement in the Americas
Discussion of how to teach Indigenous American resistance to Columbus' first colony in the Americas
“By Love and Friendship Rather than by Force”: Columbus’ First Description of Indigenous Americans and Student Participation
Discussion of how to encourage student participation in world history courses and teaching Columbus Day
“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.
Some reflections about teaching the Haitian Revolution and a collection of all posts about the revolution.
“Haiti Has Borne the Weight of a Heavy Debt”: Teaching the Long-Term Effects of the Haitian Revolution
Discussion of how to teach the long-term consequences of the Haitian Revolution
Discussion of how to teach the effects of the Haitian Revolution around the Atlantic.
A discussion of teaching the short-term effects of the Haitian Revolution
A discussion of teaching the role of women and Toussaint Louverture in the Haitian Revolution.
A discussion of how to teach Saint-Domingue on the eve of the Haitian Revolution.