Lockdown Lectures: Q&A With History Authors
fifteen eightyfour, Cambridge University Press | Apr 29, 2021
The resource reveals the historians' approach to teaching online and, in particular, how to engage working and commuter students who may not have access to extensive resources.
Teaching Human Rights
Connecticut School of Human Rights, University of Connecticut | Apr 23, 2021
The resource provides links to syllabi covering various thematic and temporal aspects of human rights.
Visualizing Cultures: Image-Driven Scholarship
John Dower & Shigeru Miyagawa, MIT | Aug 12, 2020
This site compiles high-resolution digitized images from China and Japan from the 18th to 19th centuries, and includes a curriculum and course.
La Florida: The Interactive Digital Archive of the Americas
Michael J. Francis, University of South Florida | Oct 19, 2020
This site offers users a multidisciplinary perspective of colonial Florida's rich history.
The American Historical Association's Remote Teaching Resources compiles materials and tools to help historians develop courses and teach remotely in online and hybrid environments. To explore resources, click on the tabs at the top of the page.
Part of “Confronting a Pandemic: Historians and COVID-19,” the site is funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) CARES Grant. The project is ongoing through May 15, 2021, and will be updated weekly with new resources.
StoryCorps, Inc. | May 5, 2021
The resource’s mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.
Elise Chenier, Simon Fraser University; Stacey Makortoff, Simon Fraser University | May 5, 2021
The resource is a website based on a research project studying intimate relationships between men of Chinese heritage and women of non-Asian heritage in Toronto between 1910 and 1950.
Averill Earls, Mercyhurst University; Sarah Handley-Cousins, University at Buffalo; Marissa C. Rhodes, Niagara University; Elizabeth Garner Masarik, SUNY Brockport | May 5, 2021
The resource is a narrative-driven, open access, and accessible digital history project bridging the worlds of popular and academic history with an explicitly feminist perspective.
Merle Eisenberg, University of Maryland; Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | May 4, 2021
The resource features a podcast and blog.
Charles Hardy III and Janneken Smucker (West Chester Univ.) and Doug Boyd (Univ. of Kentucky Libraries) | May 4, 2021
The resource draws on the resources of various institutions to tell the story of the Great Migration, the unprecedented 20th-century northern migration of African Americans born in the US South.