Slavery

  • Teaching Medieval Slavery and Captivity

    Public History Endowment of the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, Arizona State University | Dec 6, 2020

    The 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, 2020

    This 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, 2020

    The 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, 2020

    The source is an interactive digital timeline map that explores John Cabot’s 1497 encounter with a ‘newfoundland’ that invented the...

Most Recent

  • French Colonial Historical Society

    French Colonial Historical Society | Nov 3, 2020

    This site provides links to research databases, finding aids, historical society webpages, and other materials useful to those undertaking research...
  • OER Project

    OER project, David Christiansen | Nov 1, 2020

    This 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, 2020

    This 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, 2020

    This 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, 2020

    The site serves as a vital digital tool for students of the Renaissance and early modern studies.  
  •  

    More Articles