“When Any of You Intend to Divorce”: Teaching Continuity and Divorce in the Medieval Islamic Middle East, c.600 - c.1600
A discussion of teaching continutiy using examples of divorce in the Islamic Middle East
Discussion of how to facilitate student-centered discussions using Southernization
Discussion of how we can use lectures in world history classes with a focus on the Atlantic Revolutions
How to design the perfect history lesson
“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.
“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
“They Know the Peacebreakers but not the Peacemakers”: Teaching Dissent, Pacifism, and Women’s Activism in the First World War
A discussion of women’s peaceful protest during the First World War and using secondary sources in the world history classroom.
Discussion of how to read against the grain to understand lost voices in the transatlantic slave system.
A discussion of the civilizing mission, colonial education, and how we decolonize our pedagogy.
A discussion of teaching the Industrial Revolution to help students better understand how workers experienced industrialization.