600 BCE to 600 CE

  • Teaching Medieval Slavery and Captivity

    Public History Endowment of the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, Arizona State University | Dec 6, 2020

    The website provides resources for teachers who want to address the global history of slavery and captivity during the medieval period, 
  • History of Cartography Project

    Matthew H. Edney, Project Director; David Woodward and J.B. Harley, Founding Editors | Dec 1, 2020

    This resource is a research, editorial, and publishing venture on the history of maps and mapping.
  • The History of Toronto

    Carl Benn, PhD, City of Toronto Museums & Heritage Services; Catherine Molnar, MA, City of Toronto Museums & Heritage Services; Kevin Hebib, City of Toronto Museums & Heritage Services | Nov 27, 2020

    This source summarizes the current scholarly consensus on the main themes in Toronto's past.
  • Eurodocs

    Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University | Nov 10, 2020

    This site covers the period from antiquity until 1600.  

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  • Fashion History Timeline

    Justine De Young, project director, and Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) students and faculty | Nov 9, 2020

    The website is an open-access source for fashion and dress history, featuring objects and art from over a hundred museums...
  • OER Project

    OER project, David Christiansen | Nov 1, 2020

    This resource provides open-access, free world history courses and an educator community to help pace and guide the instructor.
  • World History Connected

    John Maunu, World History Connected, University of Illinois Press | Oct 21, 2020

    This site offers resources about the place of port cities in maritime and world history.  
  • Our Shared Past in the Mediterranean

    Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies, George Mason University; British Council; Social Science Research Council | Oct 21, 2020

    The website’s curriculum includes six modules aimed at providing students with a historical understanding of the Mediterranean as a zone of interaction and global change.
  • The British History Podcast

    British History Podcast | Oct 20, 2020

    This source is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain.
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