Discussion of how to teach the effects of the Haitian Revolution around the Atlantic.
A discussion of syncretism in Spanish colonial Cuzco in the eighteenth century.
Discussion of teaching Indigenous Americans in Argentina and Latin America in the nineteenth century
A discussion of Indigenous resistance in Spanish Peru.
A discussion about integrating the experiences of Indigenous Americans into the teaching of world history.
“Their Voices Must Be Heard”: Women, Intersectionality, and Competing Global Visions in the Late Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
A discussion of how to teach the world historical roots of present-day issues using sources by women from the Global South
A discussion of how to center the resistance of enslaved Africans when teaching the transatlantic slave system in world history courses.
"People Who Have Interrupted Empire": African and Indigenous Resistance in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
I’ve looked at more world history textbooks than I want to admit. One thing almost all of them have in common is some discussion of Portuguese maritime expansion along the western coast of Africa in the fifteenth century and the Spanish and Portuguese conquest of the Americas in the