The American Yawp
Edited by Joseph Locke, University of Houston-Victoria & Ben Wright, University of Texas at Dallas | Jul 27, 2020The American Yawp offers a free and online, collaboratively built, open American history textbook designed for college-level history courses.
Mapping History Project
Directed by Ina Asim, University of Oregon; Edited by James Mohr & John Nicols, University of Oregon | Jul 27, 2020The Mapping History Project provides interactive and animated representations of fundamental historical problems and/or illustrations of historical events, developments, and dynamics.
The Living New Deal
Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley | Jul 27, 2020The Living New Deal documents the massive national legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.
History of Censorship and Information Control During Information Revolutions Project
Organized by Cory Doctorow, Adrian Johns, and Ada Palmer | Jul 27, 2020This discussion series, filmed in 2018 at the University of Chicago, compares early modern to modern and contemporary examples to...
A Very Brief History of Classical Music
David Bruce | Jul 27, 2020This video explores the history of European classical music, including chants, polyphany, symphony, scales, and rhythm.
Comparative Constitutions Project, Directed by Zachary Elkins, Tom Ginsburg, & James Melton | Jul 27, 2020Constitute offers access to the world's constitutions so that users can systematically compare them across a broad set of topics. It also provides instructional material.
Decolonization Resource Collection
National History Center of the American Historical Association | Jul 27, 2020This site includes primary and secondary sources pertaining to France and other colonial empires in North Africa and the Middle East.
Richard Hacken, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University | Jul 27, 2020These open access sources include European primary historical documents that are transcribed, reproduced in facsimile, or translated.
U.S. History Scene
Rhae Lynn Barnes & Jenni Ostwinkle, U.S. History Scene | Jul 27, 2020U.S. History Scene provides educators with free digital resources, selected by historians, that teachers can incorporate into their curriculum.