Monthly post published on the fifteenth of the month that introduces the theme for the month.
Discussion of how we can use lectures in world history classes with a focus on the Atlantic Revolutions
Discussion of integrating Jewish history into world history with an emphasis on Jewish participation in Afroeurasian trade
Discussion of teaching decolonization’s connections to the Second World War and the Cold War
Discussion of how to teach decolonization in world history courses and centering the agency of colonized peoples
A discussion of the civilizing mission, colonial education, and how we decolonize our pedagogy.
“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 how world history teachers can teach the Haitian Revolution to highlight its global significance and legacies.
A discussion about integrating the experiences of Indigenous Americans into the teaching of world history.
A discussion of teaching the Indian Ocean in world history with a focus on continuities.
A discussion of how we can teach twentieth century world history and center the voices of women and African, Asian, Indigenous, and Latinx voices.