• Women in World History

    Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University | Dec 1, 2020

    The website  offers primary sources on women in French North Africa and the Islamic Empire.
  • British Library

    British Library | Oct 28, 2020

    The source features manuscripts, paintings, and sculptures and offers articles on the everyday lives of people across the social spectrum during the Middle Ages.  
  • Discovering Literature

    British Library | Oct 27, 2020

    The site offers information on Shakespeare and other playwrights as well as many aspects of Elizabethan life, culture, and society. 
  • EDSITEment! Lesson Plans

    National Endowment for the Humanities | Oct 5, 2020

    This resource offer synchronous lesson plans that can be adapted to remote teaching.

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    The Newberry Library | Oct 5, 2020

    Explore the Newberry Library through digital collections, scholarly publications, research tools, interactive resources, educational tools, and online exhibitions.
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    Eileen Eagan, University of Southern Maine | Oct 4, 2020

    This site chronicles centuries of women’s history in Maine’s most populous city.  
  • Slavery and Remembrance

    Colonial Williamsburg Foundation | Oct 2, 2020

    Slavery and Remembrance embraces the intersections and differences among more than fifty sites and museums from across the globe to...
  • History Engine

    Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond | Sep 30, 2020

    The History Engine offers student-authored historical “episodes” of the U.S. past. 
  • Southern Spaces

    Emory Center for Digital Scholarship | Sep 29, 2020

    Southern Spaces features articles, videos, reviews, interviews, and digital projects that are useful for creating study guides and course syllabi, and for advancing research projects.

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