Matrix, the Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, Michigan State University | Apr 19, 2021The resource allows users to explore or reconstruct the lives of individuals who were enslaved, who were enslavers, or who participated in the slave trade.
Stuart Schwartz, Yale University | Apr 12, 2021The resource traces the origin of racial and ethnic classifications.
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.
1930 Brazilian Revolution
Jabzy, Three Minute History | Apr 6, 2021The resource is a short video that examines the end of Brazil’s first republic and “coffee-with-milk” politics.
The History of Vaccines
College of Physicians of Philadephia | Apr 5, 2021The resource offers a world historical timeline as well as a collection of primary source images on outbreaks and inoculation.
The End of the Vargas Age in Brazil - 1953/54
Gukpa | Apr 5, 2021The resource is comprised of excerpts of the documentaries “Getúlio Vargas” (1974) and “Jango” (1984).
The Global History Podcast
Chase Caldwell Smith, UCLA; Jeffrey C.J. Chen, Stanford University | Apr 1, 2021The Global History Podcast explores cross-cultural encounters in the early modern world to serve as enrichment for students and instructors...
Farès el-Dahdah and Alida C. Metcalf | Mar 29, 2021The resource is a searchable digital atlas that illustrates the social and urban evolution of Rio de Janeiro, as it existed and as it was imagined.
Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP) | Mar 25, 2021The resource offers a collection of resources to help introduce Latin American studies to middle, secondary school and college-level instructors.
Decolonization Resources Collection
National History Center | Mar 23, 2021The resource provides a range of materials, including sample syllabi, primary sources, and readings to support the study of decolonization in the classroom.