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  • The Global History Podcast

    Chase Caldwell Smith, UCLA; Jeffrey C.J. Chen, Stanford University | Apr 1, 2021

    The Global History Podcast explores cross-cultural encounters in the early modern world to serve as enrichment for students and instructors...
  • Consolation Prize

    Abby Mullen, Host and Executive Producer | Mar 8, 2021

    The resource is a narrative-style podcast which contextualizes nineteenth-century US diplomatic history through consular roles, responsibilities, and actions.
  • Kingdom, Empire, and Plus Ultra

    History Hub; interviews conducted by Dr. Edward Collins | Mar 4, 2021

    The resource features interviews with experts in Portuguese and Spanish history.
  • UHM Library Digital Image Collection

    University of Hawai'i at Manoa | Jan 29, 2021

    The resource offers a wide range of historical and cultural images that may be used for instructor and class preparation or student research.
  • Reading Like a Historian

    Stanford History Group | Jan 22, 2021

    The resource offers a free, downloadable curriculum which engages World History and US History students in historical inquiry.
  • David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

    David Rumsey | Jan 18, 2021

    This resource is composed of 16th through 21st century historical maps.
  • Historias Podcast

    Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS). Created and hosted by Steven Hyland, Dustin Walcher, Lily Pearl Balloffet, Carlos Dimas. Also hosted by: Renata Keller, David McLaughlin, Carmen Soliz, Jaclyn Sumner. | Jan 13, 2021

    This source is a weekly program of informed discussion on life in Latin America and Caribbean.
  • Classroom Materials at the Library of Congress

    Library of Congress | Oct 13, 2020

    This source features more than 90 teaching modules on a variety of subjects in US history.
  • Digital Newberry

    The Newberry Library | Oct 5, 2020

    Explore the Newberry Library through digital collections, scholarly publications, research tools, interactive resources, educational tools, and online exhibitions.
  • Into the Archive

    Jessica Mack | Sep 30, 2020

    Into the Archive is a free, asynchronous, historical research methods course created at Princeton University that introduces college-level students to...
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