United States

  • Children in the Slave Trade

    Colleen Vasconcellos and Susan Douglass | Apr 19, 2021

    The resource is a long teaching module that engages students in primary source-driven lessons on this overlooked topic; until recently, slave...
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Apr 6, 2021

    The resource collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures.
  • The History of Vaccines

    College of Physicians of Philadephia | Apr 5, 2021

    The resource offers a world historical timeline as well as a collection of primary source images on outbreaks and inoculation.
  • Sensory History with Mark Smith

    INIT | Apr 5, 2021

    The resource offers listeners an overview of sensory history as a method of inquiry.

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  • Investigating Indentured Servitude

    American Philosophical Society | Apr 1, 2021

    The resource draws from the Record of Indentures to examine migration, labor, and exploitation in North America.
  • World History Digital Education

    World Digital Education Foundation | Mar 26, 2021

    This resource offers survey instructors and AP World: Modern teachers curriculum guides. 
  • Cleveland Teaching Collaborative

    Founded by Molly Buckley-Marudas and Shelley Rose | Mar 25, 2021

    This site is a working group for research, reflection, and support for pandemic pedagogy and beyond. 
  • Dorr Rebellion Project Website

    Erik J. Chaput and Christiane Marie Landry, Providence College | Mar 22, 2021

    This site includes a short-form documentary, images, lesson plans, a database of letters, and links to articles and educational materials...
  • Consolation Prize

    Abby Mullen, Host and Executive Producer | Mar 8, 2021

    The resource is a narrative-style podcast which contextualizes nineteenth-century US diplomatic history through consular roles, responsibilities, and actions.
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