Title

Teaching American history in a global context

SMC Author

Carl Guarneri

SMC Affiliated Work

1

Author Role

editor

Status

Faculty

School

School of Liberal Arts

Department

History

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2008

Publication Title

Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN

9780765620798

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | History

Comments

The national standards for history / National Center for History in the Schools -- The La Pietra report: internationalizing the study of American history / Organization of American Historians -- Preparing citizens for a global community / National Council for the Social Studies -- Internationalizing student learning outcomes in history / American Historical Association/American Council on Education -- In pursuit of an American history / Carl N. Degler -- The autonomy of American history reconsidered / Laurence Veysey -- No borders: beyond the nation-state / Thomas Bender -- Atlantic history: definitions, challenges, and opportunities / Alison Games -- Environment, settler societies, and the internationalization of American history / Ian Tyrrell -- American studies in a Pacific world of migrations / Henry Yu -- The African diaspora and the re-mapping of U.S. history / Robin D.G. Kelley -- American freedom in a global age / Eric Foner.
Internationalizing the U.S. survey course: American history for a global age / Carl Guarneri -- Continental America, 1800-1915: the view of an historical geographer / Donald W. Meinig -- International baccalaureate history of the Americas: a comparative approach / Maurice Godsey -- Teaching the United States in world history / Peter N. Stearns -- Integrating United States and world history in the high school curriculum / Mark Wallace -- America and the world: from the colonial period to 1900 / Ken Cruikshank -- The United States in world history / Alan Dawley -- The United States and the world: a globalized U.S. history survey / Center for World History, University of California, Santa Cruz -- The North and South Atlantic core / Erik Seeman -- Teaching comparative United States and South Africa race relations / Derek Catsam -- Internationalizing three topics in the U.S. history survey course / Thomas J. Osborne -- America on the world stage / OAH Magazine of history -- AP central articles on internationalized U.S. history / The College Board -- Teaching gender relations in settler societies: the United States and Australia / M. Alison Kibler -- Sisters of suffrage: British and American Women fight for the vote / Barbara Winslow -- From immigration to migration systems: new concepts in migration history / Dirk Hoerder -- Rethinking themes for teaching the era of the cold war / Norman L. and Emily S. Rosenberg -- A world to win: the international dimension of the back freedom movement / Kevin Gaines.
EDSITEment lesson plans / National Endowment for the Humanities -- Spanish colonization of New Spain: benevolent? malevolent? indifferent? / Melinda K. Blade -- Disease in the Atlantic world, 1492-1900 / Karen E. Carter -- Witches in the Atlantic world / Elaine Breslaw -- New York was always a global city: the impact of world trade on seventeenth century New Amsterdam / Dennis J. Maika -- The Code Noir: North American slavery in comparative perspective / Kevin Arlyck -- Indian removal: manifest destiny or hypocrisy? / David L. Ghere -- Mexico's loss of land: perspectives from Mexico and the United States / Resources Center of the Americas -- Comparing the Emancipation Proclamation and the Russian Emancipation Manifesto / Clair W. Keller -- Italians around the world: teaching Italian migration from a transnational perspective / Dennis J. Townsend -- Eleanor Roosevelt and the Declaration of Human Rights: a simulation activity / Sally Gilbert and Kathy Schollenberger -- Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Beyond Vietnam" / Erin Cook and Stan Pesick -- Comparing U.S. and Vietnamese textbooks on the Vietnam War / John J. DeRose -- Borderlands, diasporas, and transnational crossings: teaching LGBT latina and latino histories / Horacio N. Rocque Ramírez -- America held hostage: the Iran hostage crisis of 1979-1981 and U.S.-Iranian relations / Lawrence A. Wolf -- Cultural aspects of American relations with the Middle East / Paul R. Frazier -- American history lessons around the world / Brett Berliner -- American history, Canadian undergraduates, and nationalism / James Tagg -- Being the "other": teaching U.S. history as a Fulbright professor in Egypt / Maureen A. Flanagan.

Original Citation

Guarneri, Carl and James Davis. Teaching American History in a Global Context. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2008.

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