Syllabus

  • The World History Survey

    Lael Sorensen | Jul 28, 2020

    This site demonstrates how to teach visual literacy and encourage associative thought, key features of critical inquiry for beginning history students.
  • All of Us

    Disability History Association | Jul 28, 2020

    This site offers resources for instructors and graduate students in disability history, the site links to the fully accessible Helen...
  • The American Revolution

    Joanne Freeman, Yale University | Jul 27, 2020

    This course, taught by Joanne Freeman, examines the American Revolution from a broad perspective, tracing the participants' shifting sense of...
  • The Civil War and Reconstruction

    David Blight, Yale University | Jul 27, 2020

    This course, taught by David Blight, explores the causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the 1840s to 1877.

Most Recent

  • Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600

    Frank Snowden, Yale University | Jul 27, 2020

    This course, taught by Frank Snowden, consists of an international analysis of the impact of epidemic diseases on western society and culture.
  • The American Yawp

    Edited by Joseph Locke, University of Houston-Victoria & Ben Wright, University of Texas at Dallas | Jul 27, 2020

    The American Yawp offers a free and online, collaboratively built, open American history textbook designed for college-level history courses.
  • The Living New Deal

    Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley | Jul 27, 2020

    The Living New Deal documents the massive national legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.
  • U.S. History Scene

    Rhae Lynn Barnes & Jenni Ostwinkle, U.S. History Scene | Jul 27, 2020

    U.S. History Scene provides educators with free digital resources, selected by historians, that teachers can incorporate into their curriculum.
  • Visualizing Cultures

    John Dower & Shigeru Miyagawa, MIT | Jul 27, 2020

    This site compiles high-resolution digitized images from China and Japan from the 18th to 19th centuries, and includes a curriculum and course.
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