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Articles 1981-1990

Volume VI Spring 1981 Fall 1981* Volume VI Spring 1986 Fall 1986
Volume VII Spring 1982 Fall 1982 Volume VII Spring 1987 Fall 1987
Volume VIII Spring 1983 Fall 1983 Volume VIII Spring 1988 Fall 1988
Volume IX Spring 1984 Fall 1984 Volume IX Spring 1989 Fall 1989
Volume X Spring 1985 Fall 1985 Volume X Spring 1990 Fall 1990

*Out of Print Issues

Volume VI, No. 1, Spring, 1981

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TEACHING HISTORY AFTER FIVE YEARS 
by Stephen Kneeshaw    
1
PUBLIC HISTORIANS AND THE TEACHING OF HISTORY 
by Arnita Jones
5
CAREER COUNSELING FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE HISTORY MAJOR 
by Dennis N. Mihelich
11
A HISTORY OF LAW COURSE: THE MERGER OF CAREER-ORIENTED AND VALUE-ORIENTED HISTORICAL STUDY 
by T. Michael Ruddy
15
CLASSROOM AND CANOES: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF ECOLOGICAL AND CONSERVATION HISTORY 
by Christopher Plant
21

 

*Volume VI, No. 2, Fall 1981

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TEACHING VIETNAM AS HISTORY 
by Joe P. Dunn                  
50
VIETNAM-WAR NOVELS IN THE CLASSROOM 
by Margaret E. Stewart
60
"THE CRAFT OF HISTORY:" TEACHING HISTORY AS A SKILL 
by Raymond G. Hebert & Carl A. Trocki
67
MUSIC AND THE METROPOLIS: LYRICAL IMAGES OF LIFE IN AMERICAN CITIES
by B. Lee Cooper
72

 

Volume VII, No. 1, Spring, 1982

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ON THE STATE OF OUR PROFESSION: HISTORY AND THE TEACHING OF HISTORY IN THE 1980S 
by Stephen Kneeshaw
 3
WESTERN CIV: STUDENTS, STRUCTURES, AND STRATEGIES 
by Frederic A. Youngs, Jr.
12
HELP, HALF OUR HISTORY IS MISSING 
by D'Ann Campbell
17
BLENDING WESTERN CIVILIZATION AND WOMEN'S HISTORY 
by A. Daniel Frankforter
23
SELF-PACED HISTORY IN THE TWO-YEAR COLLEGE: OPPORTUNITIES AND PITFALLS 
by William Mugleston
30
TOWARDS THE TEACHING OF SPORT HISTORY 
by Joan M. Chandler
34

 

Volume VII, No. 2, Fall, 1982

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REVISITING AMERICA REVISED: FRANCES FITZGERALD AND HER CRITICS 
by Loren E. Pennington                
50
GUIDED DESIGN AS A TEACHING TOOL: "LIFE AND DEATH IN NAZI GERMANY" 
by Gordon R. Mork
58
STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING "AMERICA SINCE 1945" 
by Thomas Ladenburg & Geoffrey Tegnell
67
THE USES OF LOCAL HISTORY IN THE AMERICAN HISTORY SURVEY 
by Jerold Simmons
73
WHY CAN'T STUDENTS THINK MORE LIKE HISTORIANS? 
by Lee A. Gladwin
78

 

Volume VIII, No. 1, Spring, 1983

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NEARBY HISTORY: CONNECTING PARTICULARS AND UNIVERSALS 
by David E. Kyvig & Myron A. Marty
3
SPORTS HISTORY: ITS USE IN THE WESTERN CIVILIZATION SURVEY 
by William J. Miller
11
TEACHING SPORTS HISTORY IN THE AMERICAN SURVEY COURSE 
by John M. Carroll
18
A FUTURE IN HISTORY: CAREER OPTIONS FOR THE GRADUATE HISTORY STUDENT 
by Robert M. Preston
23
CLASSROOMS IN THE "REAL WORLD:" A HISTORY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 
by Thomas F. Armstrong
32

 

Volume VIII, No. 2, Fall, 1983

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THE QUALITY CIRCLE IN THE CLASSROOM: AN EXPERIMENT IN THE TEACHING OF ASIAN HISTORY 
by Claire Hirshfield

50
PROBLEMS AND PROCEDURES IN TEACHING AN INTRODUCTORY PUBLIC HISTORY COURSE 
by Glenda Riley
55
APPLIED HISTORY AT THOMAS MORE COLLEGE 
by Raymond G. Hebert
63
COMPARATIVE AND INTERDISCIPLINARY: PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO TEACHING WORLD CIVILIZATION 
by Melvin E. Page & Kenneth H. Wolf
69
THE CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE: BASIC SKILLS IN THE HISTORY CLASSROOM 
by James J. Lorence
77

 

Volume IX, No. 1, Spring, 1984

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TEACHING "THE HISTORY OF ROCK 'N' ROLL"
by William Graebner 
2
IMMIGRATION AND ETHNICITY IN AMERICAN HISTORY COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS
by L. G. Moses & George M. Lubick
21
VIEWPOINT—THE HISTORIAN AND THE NUCLEAR ARMS RACE
by Robert A. Divine
33

 

Volume IX, Number 2, Fall, 1984

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TEACHING THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD: A FEW MODEST SUGGESTIONS FOR HISTORY TEACHERS
by Larry D. Wilcox      
50
ATHENS VS. SPARTA: A CLASSROOM WAR GAME
by Joyce E. Salisbury
61
FROM THE GROUND UP: CONSTRUCTING A SOCIETY
by Johnny S. Moore
69
TEAM TEACHING WITH FILMS: A COURSE ON SOUTHERN HERITAGE
by Lawrence Clinton
74
A RESEARCH NOTE—HISTORY TEACHERS VIEW THEIR PROFESSION: A CLOSE LOOK AT KANSAS
by Allan Miller & Raymond Wilson
79
A REVIEW ESSAY—TUSKEGEE'S WIZARD OF OZ: BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND TEACHING HISTORY
by Charles T. Haley
81

 

Volume X, No. 1, Spring, 1985

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MEDIEVAL HISTORY: PAST AS PAST AND PROLOGUE
by John E. Weakland        
3
THE AMERICAN PAST PRESENTED: THE LIMITS OF HISTORICAL DRAMA
by William J. McGill
13
ON HELPING HISTORY STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO TAKE GOOD NOTES IN CLASS
by Sharon C. Bowman & Robert W. Sellen
22
USING COMPUTERS IN LOWER DIVISION HISTORY CLASSES
by Fred R. Van Hartesveldt
27

 

Volume X, No. 2, Fall, 1985

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WORLD CIVILIZATION AND WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A SYMPOSIUM FOCUSED ON PAPERS
by Gordon Mork, Bullitt Lowry, & Shannon Doyle, edited by Bullitt Lowry
51
REVITALIZING LIBERAL EDUCATION: A GLOBAL HISTORY APPROACH
by Donald C. Holsinger
63
MODERNIZATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING TOOL 
by Edward A. Gosselin
71
MEDIA REVIEW, DANTON
by Michael W. Howell
80

 

Volume XI, No. 1, Spring, 1986

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SOME THOUGHTS ON THE STATE OF HISTORY, 1976-1986
by Stephen Kneeshaw
2
TEACHING CONTROVERSIAL MATERIALS: TEACHING ABOUT THE NUCLEAR ISSUE
by Joseph F. Wall
8
COMMON SENSE PSYCHOLOGY FOR HISTORY TEACHERS
by Roger Sipher
15
FIVE AMERICAN HISTORY BOOKS FOR SURVEY COURSES: A REVIEW ESSAY
by Benjamin D. Tate & Robert C. Durand
21

 

Volume XI, Number 2, Fall, 1986

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USING PRIMARY SOURCES AND HISTORIANS' INTERPRETATIONS IN THE CLASSROOM
by Frederick D. Drake
50
POPULAR CULTURE AS A TEACHING STRATEGY: THE AMERICAN SLAVE EXPERIENCE
by George W. Chilcoat
62
DRAMATIZING HISTORY WITH A VICTORIAN TEA
by Pauline Ucci Dyson
71
RESEARCH NOTE: HISTORY IN GEORGIA SCHOOLS: A REPORT ON THE ROLE OF HISTORY IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM
by Gary M. Fink
77

 

Volume XII, Number 1, Spring, 1987

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TEACHING THE AMERICAN-INDOCHINA WAR: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXPERIMENT
by Jonathan Goldstein
 3
HOLLYWOOD MOVIES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE: AN IMPORTANT RESOURCE FOR THE CLASSROOM
by Charles M. Dobbs
10
HISTORICAL "BAD GUYS": BIOGRAPHY AS A TEACHING TOOL
by Donald J. Dietrich 17 "THE PHEASANTS SHOT THE ARCHDUCK!" AND OTHER HISTORICAL TRUTHS
by Paul W. McBride
28

 

Volume XII, No. 2, Fall, 1987

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ACTIVE LEARNING AND THE SURVEY CLASS: AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AS A ROLE-PLAYING SCENARIO
by Raymond C. Bailey & Noel C. Eggleston            
3
USING DATABASE SOFTWARE IN UNDERGRADUATE SURVEY COURSES
by John F. McClymer
10
THE USE OF FICTION IN TEACHING MODERN ASIAN AND AFRICAN HISTORY
by Thomas H. Keene
18
MEDIA REVIEW: THE TRADITIONAL WORLD OF ISLAM
by Joe P. Dunn
26

 

Volume XIII, No. 1, Spring, 1988

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MAKERS OF THE MODERN WORLD: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO THE INTRODUCTORY HISTORY COURSE
by Joe P. Dunn
2
RETHINKING THE GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN AMERICAN HISTORY: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW MODEL
by David A. Gerber
8
A DISCUSSION OF THE VALUES OF HISTORY
by David M. Laushey
18
A REVIEW ESSAY—VOICES FROM VIETNAM: THE NEW LITERATURE FROM AMERICA'S LONGEST WAR
by Stephen Kneeshaw
22

 

Volume XIII, No. 2, Fall, 1988

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TEACHING THE INVISIBLE: ETHNIC HISTORY THROUGH ETHNIC LITERATURE
by Paul McBride
51
MUSEUMS AND TEACHING HISTORY
by John Hensley
67

 

Volume XIV, No. 1, Spring, 1989

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THE ORAL TRADITION AND ARAB NARRATIVE HISTORY: AN EXERCISE IN CRITICAL THINKING
by Lawrence W. McBride & Gary E. McKiddy
3
TEACHING IN THE PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT: CASE STUDY AND MODEST PROPOSAL
by A. Daniel Frankforter
18
TEACHING NOTES—TURNING THEM ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS
by William F. Mugleston
24
REVIEW ESSAY—SAMPLING WORLD HISTORY TEXTBOOKS
by Stephen S. Gosch
29

 

Volume XIV, No. 2, Fall, 1989

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USING LITERATURE IN A COURSE ON THE VIETNAM WAR
by Jonathan Goldstein
59
HISTORICAL COMPUTING: LOOKING FORWARD TO 2001 FROM 1989
by James B. M. Schick
70
TEACHING NOTES—PLANNING AND ADAPTING PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIALS FOR USE IN STATE AND LOCAL HISTORY STUDIES
by Andrea Cantrell
78
REVIEW ESSAY—LIVING AMERICAN HISTORY: LANGSTON HUGHES AND TEACHING HISTORY
by Charles Banner-Haley
81

 

Volume XV, No. 1, Spring, 1990

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THE BRIEFING BOOK CONCEPT
by Dean A. Minix    
3
CONFRONTING CURRENT EVENTS: TEACHING TO NON-MAJORS
by Shannon J. Doyle
8
TEACHING TEACHERS THE CONSTITUTION: A BICENTENNIAL INSTITUTE
by Cynthia Opheim
12
TEACHING KANSAS HISTORY: THE STATE OF THE STATE
by Thomas D. Isern
29

 

Volume XV, No. 2, Fall, 1990

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ORAL HISTORY AND THE FAMILY: A TOOL FOR THE DOCUMENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF FAMILY HISTORY
by Carl Ryant
51
PRIMARY SOURCES IN THE TEACHING OF HISTORY: THE WESTERN CIVILIZATION PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
by James Woelfel
57
HISTORY AND LITERATURE: A TRIAL SEPARATION
by William Westfall
66
USING JOSIAH WEDGWOOD TO TEACH THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
by Phyllis A. Hall & John H. Sprinkle, Jr.
72