Monthly post published on the fifteenth of the month that introduces the theme for the month.
“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.
A discussion of how we can teach the Mughal Empire in world history courses with a focus on how the empire was multiethnic and diverse.
“We Thought it Best to Fight”: Teaching British-Ruled Africa in the Era of New Imperialism, c.1880 - c.1930
A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in British-ruled Africa using sources by colonized Africans.
A discussion of how to teach New Imperialism in world history courses and centering the voices of colonized people.
A discussion of the challenges of teaching medieval West Africa in world history courses and how to use voice of the griots as a way to explore multiple perspectives/
A discussion of the challenges of teaching the Ottomans in world history courses and how to use an Ottoman coffeehouse to teach about the empire