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Engagement: Part IV. Building a History

The class project (The Genealogy of the American Present) for our imaginary US History I course of 320 undergraduate students will be a publicly readable (but not publicly editable) wiki that comprises multiple–often overlapping, sometimes contradictory–views of themes, events, individuals, … Continue reading

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How?: Doing History and Signature Pedagogies

The one word–well, really question–that continued to circulate through my cognitive processes while reading this week was “how.” The word erupted into a myriad of questions, many of them originating from the sources, especially Sam Wineburg’s Historical Thinking and Other … Continue reading

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