Active History

History Department, University of Saskatchewan; Huron University College | May 10, 2021

Active History connects the work of historians with the wider public and the importance of the past to current events. In addition to essays, it provides access to more than 165 episodes of the History Slam podcast on a range of subjects primarily on Canadian history but also drawing on Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia. Beyond the Lecture: Innovations in Teaching Canadian History is designed for post-secondary teaching and has links to more than 20 features on digital history, assessment, ethics, writing, pedagogy, and more. 

Tags: Atlantic World Canada Caribbean East Asia Europe North America United States Class Activities Lecture, Podcast, & Documentary Lesson Plans Readings Teaching Guide African American Asian Pacific American Book & Media Cultural Digital Methods Disability Economic Emotions/Senses Empires Environmental Exploration & Expansion Human Rights & Violations Intellectual Jewish Labor Legal Maritime Material Culture Medicine, Science, & Technology Migration & Immigration Military Native American & Indigenous Peace Movements & Protests Political Public Race & Ethnicity Social Sports Teaching Methods Urban Women, Gender, & Sexuality 1600-1800 1800-1900 1900-1945 1945-Present


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