Teaching Medieval Slavery and Captivity
Public History Endowment of the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, Arizona State University | Dec 6, 2020The website provides resources for teachers who want to address the global history of slavery and captivity during the medieval period,
The Daily Bellringer
Jared Bruening | Nov 30, 2020This resource, designed by an 8th grader teacher and instructional coach, is intended for middle and high school US history...
Money and Exchange in West Africa
Ellen Feingold, Smithsonian Institution; Leigh Gardner, London School of Economics | Nov 16, 2020The site is a digital collection of coins, notes and other objects used as currency in West Africa.
Inventing the Grand Banks
Charles Travis, Trinity College Dublin; Richard Breen, Trinity College Dublin | Nov 8, 2020The source is an interactive digital timeline map that explores John Cabot’s 1497 encounter with a ‘newfoundland’ that invented the...
French Colonial Historical Society
French Colonial Historical Society | Nov 3, 2020This site provides links to research databases, finding aids, historical society webpages, and other materials useful to those undertaking research...
OER project, David Christiansen | Nov 1, 2020This resource provides open-access, free world history courses and an educator community to help pace and guide the instructor.
France in America
Library of Congress; Bibliothèque Nationale de France | Oct 27, 2020This source documents the presence of the French in the United States from the beginning of the 16th century through...
Late Ottoman Empire & Early Turkish Republic
Kreitzberg Library, Norwich University | Oct 24, 2020This resource provides references to primary sources on the Ottoman Empire and its transformation into the Turkish Republic.
The Medici Archive Project
The Medici Archive Project, Inc. | Oct 22, 2020The site serves as a vital digital tool for students of the Renaissance and early modern studies.