Religion

  • Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864)

    Asia for Educators, Columbia University, with consultant Dr. Sue Gronewald | Apr 15, 2021

    The resource offers two activities that can be used to study the revolt that nearly toppled the Qing Dynasty.
  • Mala Sangre

    Stuart Schwartz, Yale University | Apr 12, 2021

    The resource traces the origin of racial and ethnic classifications.
  • Historiana

    EuroClio, Webtic, and Use | Apr 12, 2021

    The resource offers ready-to-use learning activities and innovative digital tools made by and for history educators across Europe.
  • Odyssey Online South Asia

    Emory University | Apr 2, 2021

    The resource highlights the South Asian collection of Emory University’s Michael C. Carlos Museum.

Most Recent

  • The Global History Podcast

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

    The resource explores cross-cultural encounters in the early modern world to serve as enrichment for students and instructors of the...
  • North African Women and the French Empire, 1850-2000

    Julia Clancy Smith and Bill Velto | Mar 29, 2021

    The resource includes an informational essay on French rule and North African response, objectives, discussion questions, potential adaptations, guidance on engaging...
  • Decolonization Resources Collection

    National History Center | Mar 23, 2021

    The resource provides a range of materials, including sample syllabi, primary sources, and readings to support the study of decolonization in the classroom.
  • Sati

    Barbara Ramusack and Janelle Collett | Mar 15, 2021

    The resource is a World History Commons long teaching module site which includes an informational essay, lesson plans, activities, discussion questions,...
  • Internet Global History Sourcebook

    Paul Halsall, editor | Mar 15, 2021

    The resource explores interaction between world cultures, and ways in which the “world” has a history in its own right.
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