Teaching American History
Ashbrook Center at Ashland University | Apr 28, 2021The resource supports teachers of American history, government and civics by bringing the documents and debates of the United States’ past...
National Humanities Center Toolbox Library
National Humanities Center | Apr 27, 2021The resource is a multi-layered collection of primary sources divided into “toolboxes” with themes like American Beginnings, Becoming American, Making and...
Steven Mintz, Sara McNeil, John Lienhard, Grace Lin, and Michael Rapp | Apr 26, 2021The resource offers US History resources for K-12 and college teachers and students, including a comprehensive US history timeline, overview of...
The Most Dangerous Woman in America
NOVA / PBS Online | Apr 26, 2021The resource examines the complex case of Mary Mallon, also known as Typhoid Mary.
World History (PBS)
PBS and WGBH Educational Foundation | Apr 21, 2021The resource offers videos, interactive media galleries, and “inquiry kits” with primary source documents.
Women and Politics in Southeast Asia, 1900-2000
Mina Roces and Janelle Collette | Apr 20, 2021The resource is a long teaching module that examines women’s attempts to negotiate political spaces in the realms of official and unofficial power in Southeast Asia.
Children in the Slave Trade
Colleen Vasconcellos and Susan Douglass | Apr 19, 2021The resource is a long teaching module that engages students in primary source-driven lessons on this overlooked topic; until recently, slave...
EuroClio, Webtic, and Use | Apr 12, 2021The resource offers ready-to-use learning activities and innovative digital tools made by and for history educators across Europe.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Apr 6, 2021The resource collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures.
Remembering Tiananmen Square
Matthew P. Romaniello | Mar 30, 2021The resource is a short teaching module that includes historical context for an annotated primary source, discussion questions, and reflections on student responses and engagement.