Research Methods

  • Hanover Historical Texts Collection

    History Department of Hanover College | Apr 27, 2021

    The resource provides primary sources for use in history and humanities courses.
  • Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery

    Thomas Jefferson Foundation | Apr 26, 2021

    The resource expands understanding of enslaved Africans and their descendants living in the Chesapeake, Carolinas, and Caribbean during the colonial and antebellum eras. 
  • Digital History

    Steven Mintz, Sara McNeil, John Lienhard, Grace Lin, and Michael Rapp | Apr 26, 2021

    The resource offers US History resources for K-12 and college teachers and students, including a comprehensive US history timeline, overview of...
  • Timeline Assignment

    Maureen MacLeod and Lauran Kerr-Heraly | Apr 26, 2021

    The resource offers students an active learning assessment opportunity that serves as an alternative to a research paper.
  • Teaching Human Rights

    Connecticut School of Human Rights, University of Connecticut | Apr 23, 2021

    The resource provides links to syllabi covering various thematic and temporal aspects of human rights.
  • Remembering Africville

    Halifax Regional Municipality (Nova Scotia) | Apr 20, 2021

    The resource is an online inventory of documents that tells the story of the troubled relationship between the City of Halifax,...
  • Research/Craft and Workflow Hacks for Historians

    Robert Karl | Apr 9, 2021

    The resource helps students, academics, and others more efficiently organize reading material.
  • 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...
  • Ghana On the Go

    Prof. Jennifer Hart | Feb 1, 2021

    The resource is a blog written by Dr. Jennifer Hart.
  • Benjamin Franklin’s American Enlightenment

    The American Philosophical Society; National Endowment for the Humanities | Dec 9, 2020

    This resource enhances understandings of the importance of science and scientific learning in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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