Ask an Archaeologist
Archaeological Research Facility, University of California at Berkeley; the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology | Jun 24, 2021This series of live-streamed interviews is co-hosted by the Archaeological Research Facility and the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
Benjamin Thomas White, Editor; Becky Taylor, Co-Editor; Hari Reed, Research and Co-Editor; Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge, Founding Co-Editor | Jun 22, 2021The resource is a site and interactive network for journalists, policy-makers, lawyers, NGOs, students, activists, academics, writers, artists, and anyone...
The British Museum
The British Museum | Jun 15, 2021The British Museum opened its doors in 1759. The museum is driven by an insatiable curiosity for the...
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Art Institute of Chicago | Jun 15, 2021The resource provides online collection access, as well as podcasts and interactive activities, both synchronous and asynchronous.
Internet History Sourcebooks - Byzantium
The Fordham University History Department and the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies | Jun 15, 2021This site provides access to an extensive collection of online resources on Byzantine history, including readings, material culture, and teacher resources.
First Days Project
South Asian American Digital Archive | Jun 14, 2021The resource collects, preserves, and shares stories of more than 500 immigrants' experiences in the United States.
Share My Lesson
American Federation of Teachers | Jun 7, 2021The resource includes hundreds of teacher resources, including social studies lesson plans and collections for middle and high school classes.
Digital Commonwealth — Massachusetts Collections Online
Boston Public Library | May 26, 2021The resource provides access to thousands of Massachusetts and New England images, documents, and sound recordings that have been digitized by more than 180 member institutions.
Library of Congress Maps
Library of Congress | May 24, 2021The resource is a searchable database of maps from around the United States and, to a lesser extent, around the world.
Jacqueline Antonovich, Muhlenberg College, Executive Editor | May 24, 2021The resource is an open access, peer-reviewed, collaborative blog project that ties historical scholarship to present-day issues related to gender and medicine.