“Hopelessness at Home, A Secure Future Overseas”: Teaching Jewish Migration in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
Discussion of teaching nineteenth and twentieth century Jewish migration in a world historical context.
Discussion of how to teach the effects of the Haitian Revolution around the Atlantic.
A discussion of how to teach the participation of Indigenous peoples in the Mexican Revolution.
“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.
“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 of how to center the resistance of enslaved Africans when teaching the transatlantic slave system in world history courses.
A discussion of how to teach the transatlantic slave system in the late seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries.