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Articles 1991-2000

Volume XVI Spring 1991 Fall 1991 Volume XXI Spring 1996 Fall 1996
Volume XVII Spring 1992 Fall 1992 Volume XXII Spring 1997 Fall 1997
Volume XVIII Spring 1993 Fall 1993 Volume XXIII Spring 1998 Fall 1998
Volume XIX Spring 1994 Fall 1994 Volume XXIV Spring 1999 Fall 1999
Volume XX Spring 1995 Fall 1995 Volume XXV Spring 2000 Fall 2000

 

Volume XVI, No. 1, Spring, 1991

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USING PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIALS: A CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 
by Helen L. Carlson & Maureen Otwell     
3
USING CITY DIRECTORIES TO TEACH HISTORY AND HISTORICAL RESEARCH METHODS 
by Jo Ann Rayfield
14
THE STUDY OF FAMILY HISTORY: RESEARCH PROJECTS IN A SENIOR SEMINAR 
by Zdenka Gredel-Manuele
27
ON TEACHING HISTORY IN THE PRISONS OF GEORGIA: A PERSONAL VIEW 
by Robert Durand 
33

 

Volume XVI, No. 2, Fall, 1991

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ACTIVE LEARNING IN HISTORY CLASSES 
by Peter Frederick
67
HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, AND MAPS: TEACHING WORLD HISTORY 
by Dennis Reinhartz & Judy Reinhartz
84
THE LEVELS OF HISTORY: AN INTRODUCTORY LESSON ON THE NATURE OF HISTORY AND THE HISTORICAL PROCESS 
by Fred R. Jewell
91

 

Volume XVII, No. 1, Spring, 1992

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THE BALTIC STATES: HISTORY AND HISTORY EDUCATION 
by Gordon R. Mork  
 3
TEACHING HISTORY IN ESTONIA, YESTERDAY AND TODAY 
by Silvia Oisipuu
4
THE BALTIC REGION IN U.S. WESTERN CIVILIZATION TEXTBOOKS
by Gordon R. Mork
11
THE PAST MEETS THE PRESENT: TEACHING WOMEN'S HISTORY IN THE URBAN SOUTH 
by Mary E. Frederickson
18
TEACHING THEM HOW TO TEACH THEMSELVES 
by Anne Firor Scott
24

 

Volume XVII, No. 2, Fall, 1992

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A "GREAT ISSUES" FORMAT IN THE AMERICAN HISTORY SURVEY: ANALYSIS OF A PILOT PROJECT 
by William Simons & Armand LaPotin              
51
SO YOU WANT TO TEACH A MICKEY MOUSE COURSE? AN UNDERGRADUATE COURSE IN THE HISTORY OF ANIMATION 
by Rand Burnette
59
ONE NIGHT IN JANUARY 
by Larry Rottman
68

 

Volume XVIII, No. 1, Spring, 1993

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TEACHING FOR THE FUTURE BY REACHING INTO THE PAST 
by Don W. Wilson
3
HOW MUCH WAR SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN A COURSE ON WORLD WAR II? 
by Donald G. Schilling
14
TEACHING THE WORLD CIVILIZATION SURVEY: A SPHERICAL APPROACH 
by Wes Harrison
22

 

Volume XVIII, No. 2, Fall, 1993

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STATE OF THE STATE OF TEACHING PUBLIC HISTORY 
by Barbara J. Howe
51
MAKING HISTORY COME ALIVE: DRAMATIZATION IN THE CLASSROOM 
by Frederick D. Drake & Denee Corbin
59
THE RETURN OF MARTIN GUERRE, TEACHING HISTORY IN IMAGES, HISTORY IN WORDS 
by Richard A. Voeltz
68
USING DATABASES IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOM 
by Harvey C. Foyle & Bill Yates
73

 

Volume XIX, No. 1, Spring, 1994

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THE USE OF SIMULATION AS A TEACHING STRATEGY FOR CIVIC UNDERSTANDING AND PARTICIPATION 
by Linda K. Menton
3
CAVEAT NEOPHYTUS: SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR NEW TEACHERS 
by Michael Rosenfeld
19
TEACHING HISTORY IN THE ARMY: KEY TO OFFICER PROFESSIONALISM 
by Lee T. Wyatt III
26

 

Volume XIX, No. 2, Fall, 1994

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THE ISLAM HYPERTEXT: A HYPERCARD CLASSROOM APPLICATION 
by Calvin H. Allen, Jr.
51
THE MILITARY MUSEUM AS CLASSROOM 
by John F. Votaw
65
HOW TO PLAN AN EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO AN HISTORIC SITE 
by David S. Sutter 
71
REVIEW ESSAY—THE IDENTITY CRISIS REVISITED: TEACHING AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY 
by Charles Banner-Haley
77

 

Volume XX, No. 1, Spring, 1995

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INTEGRATING ORAL HISTORY INTO THE CLASSROOM CURRICULUM: A TOOL FOR HELPING STUDENTS UNDERSTAND THE AMERICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE 
by Valerie Grim    
3
ATHLETICS, SOCIETY, AND HISTORY: AN UNDERGRADUATE COURSE IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SPORT 
by William Simons
20
NOVELS OF THE TWO WORLD WARS 
by Bullitt Lowry
29
RECASTING WORLD WAR II: USING ORAL HISTORIES TO UNDERSTAND THE "GREATER WAR" 
by Stephen Kneeshaw
33

 

Volume XX, No. 2, Fall, 1995

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THE DEBATE OVER THE NATIONAL STANDARDS AN ASSESSMENT BY THREE HISTORIANS 59
DO WE HAVE THE COURAGE TO STAND UP TO THIS REVISIONIST HOGWASH? 
by James F. Adomanis
59
THE STANDARDS—AN EVOLVING PRESENCE 
by Brian Boland
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THE "NEW" NATIONAL STANDARDS 
by Philip Reed Rulon
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THROUGH BLACK AND BROWN EYES, AS WELL AS BLUE: AMERICAN HISTORY FROM STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVES 
by Susan Toman
66
TEACHING WORLD HISTORY WITH THINGS FALL APART  
by Martha J. Feldmann
72
THE TIES THAT BIND: LINKAGES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS, TWO-YEAR COLLEGES AND BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS 
by James J. Lorence
78

 

Volume XXI, No. 1, Spring, 1996

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ROUTE 66: THE NEXT GENERATION HITS THE ROAD 
by Terri Ryburn-LaMonte
3
ACTIVE LEARNING IN AMERICAN HISTORY CLASS 
by Janice Brill
11
OLD BATTLEFIELDS AND THEIR LESSONS: THE CASE OF ANTIETAM 
by John F. Votaw
16
A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF TEXTBOOKS FOR MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY 
by Calvin H. Allen, Jr.
22
THE PRICE OF INTEGRATION: A REVIEW ESSAY
by Charles Banner-Haley
26

 

Volume XXI, No. 2, Fall, 1996

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TEACHING HISTORY IN HISTORICAL TIMES: A SIDE STAGE APPROACH 
by David S. Trask
59
"PASS THE POPCORN, PLEASE": TEACHING WITH DOCUMENTARY MOVIES IN THE INTRODUCTORY COURSE 
by Earl F. Mulderink, III
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TEACHING INDIA AND CHINA IN A WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM 
by Tara Sethia
75
THE UTILIZATION OF FOOTNOTES IN HISTORICAL WRITING: A DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE 
by Milton Ready
86

 

Volume XXII, No. 1, Spring, 1997

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NEW WINE IN OLD BOTTLES: REVITALIZING THE TRADITIONAL HISTORY LECTURE 
by Robert Blackey
3
WE ARE NOT ALONE: A CLASSROOM FULL OF TEACHERS 
by Ken Millen-Penn
26
COMPREHENSIVE ESSAYS FOR WORLD HISTORY FINALS 
by Martha J. Feldman
33
A SPLENDID LITTLE CENTENNIAL: REMEMBERING THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 
by Christopher C. Lovett
37

 

Volume XXII, No. 2, Fall, 1997

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FEEDING A FAMILY OF FIVE: ROLE PLAYING THE GREAT DEPRESSION 
by Pamela Riney-Kehrberg
59
PAINTING SOCIETAL PORTRAITS: ONE APPROACH TO TEACHING CRITICAL READING AND WRITING 
by Hal M. Friedman
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LAYERING THE INTRODUCTORY HISTORY OF EUROPE COURSE 
by Helena Waddy
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THE MUDFISH AND THE EUROPEAN: AN AFRICAN RECORD OF THE AGE OF DISCOVERY 
by Deborah Vess
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Volume XXIII, No. 1, Spring, 1998

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RACIAL IDENTITIES AND CLASS DISCUSSION IN AN AMERICAN SLAVERY SEMINAR 
by Michael D. Pierson
3
ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY CHINA: TEACHING SPENCE'S THE DEATH OF WOMAN WANG  
by James Z. Gao
12
QUALITY CONTROL IN DISTANCE LEARNING: PRODUCING AND TEACHING A U.S. HISTORY TELECOURSE 
by Kenneth G. Alfers & William F. Mugleston
21

 

Volume XXIII, Number 2, Fall 1998

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THE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER AND ELECTRONIC RESOURCES: A CAUTIONARY TALE 
by Fred R. Van Hartesveldt
51
ONE TEACHER'S EXPERIENCES WITH STUDENT PORTFOLIOS  
by Sarah E. Drake
60
USING HISTORICAL SITES TO HELP TEACH THE UNITED STATES SURVEY  
by Gary W. Gallagher
77

 

Volume XXIV, Number 1, Spring 1999

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FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT REMEMBER THE PAST: BRINGING THE HOLOCAUST TO THE CLASSROOM 
by Christopher C. Lovett
3
Online sources to accompany the above article are available at 
"Those Who Do Not Remember the Past" by Christopher C. Lovett
INTEGRATING WRITING IN THE CLASSROOM WITH READER RESPONSES 
by Rebecca K. McCoy
28
Reviews
 
Lewis and Lloyd-Jones, Using Computers in History: A Practical Guide, by John R. Moore 37
Waldron, The End of Imperial Russia, 1855-1917, by William B. Whisenhunt 38
Tompson, Khrushchev: A Political Life; Galeotti, Gorbachev and His Revolution, by Robert J. Gentry 39
Young, Britain and the World in the Twentieth Century, by K. Gird Romer 41
Finney, ed., The Origins of the Second World War, by Richard W. Byrd42
Marcus and Burner, eds., America Firsthand, by Carl R. Schulkin 43
Dunn and Yeandle, eds., The Journal of John Winthrop, 1630-1649, by Robert D. Page 45
Daniels, Puritans at Play: Leisure and Recreation in  Colonial New England, by William H. Mulligan, Jr. 47
Nardo, The Bill of Rights, by George W. Geib 48
Kornfeld, Margaret Fuller: A Brief Biography with Documents, by Sue Warner 49
Alfers, Pool, and Mugleston, eds., Perspectives on America, Volume 2: Readings in United States History From 1877, by William R. Wantland   50
Calloway, ed., Our Hearts Fell to the Ground: Plains Indian Views on How the West Was Lost, by David Anthony Ty-ee-me Clark51
Cherny, American Politics in the Gilded Age, 1868-1900, by H. Roger Grant 53
Sturken, Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, the AIDS Epidemic, and the Politics of Remembering, by William R. Glass 54
Royster, ed., Southern Horrors and Other Writings: The Anti-Lynching Campaign of Ida B. Wells, 1892-1900, by Cheedy Jaja 55

 

Volume XXIV, Number 2, Fall 1999

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SOME THOUGHTS ON AMERICAN EDUCATION AND ON AMERICAN TEACHERS 
by Stephen Kneeshaw
59
STEVEN SPIELBERG'S "AMISTAD" FILM AS HISTORY AND THE TRIVIALIZING OF HISTORY TEACHING 
by Ronald E. Butchart
63
GLOBAL HISTORY FROM THE LOCAL PERSPECTIVE: AN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUE 
by Valentina Maiewskij-Hay
71
SOME FOOD FOR HISTORICAL THOUGHT 
by Roy E. Schreiber
78
THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON: A TEACHER'S REMEMBRANCE  
by William F. Mugleston
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Reviews
 
Nardo, The Fall of the Roman Empire, by Tia M. Kolbaba  85
Parsons, ed., Medieval Queenship, by Joanna H. Drell86
Haigh, Elizabeth I, by Robert Blackey 87
Blanning, The French Revolution: Class War or Culture Clash?, by Jill Harsin 88
Gill, Stalinism; McCauley, Gorbachev, by Elizabeth J. Wilcoxson 90
Simpson, ed., Think Anew, Act Anew: Abraham Lincoln on Slavery, Freedom, and Union, by Michael S. Davis 92
Perez, Jr., The War of 1898: The United States and Cuba in History and Historiography, by Michael Edmondson 93
Scott, Contempt and Pity: Social Policy and the Image of the Damaged Black Psyche, 1880-1996, by Dernoral Davis 94
James and Wells, America and the Great War, 1914-1920, by Sarah M. Henry 96
Maney, The Roosevelt Presence: The Life and Legacy of FDR, by Donn C. Neal 98
Martin, Jr., Brown v. Board of Education: A Brief History with Documents, by Akanmu G. Adebayo 99
Dudley, ed., The Vietnam War: Opposing Viewpoints, by John F. Votaw 101
Olson and Roberts, My Lai: A Brief History with Documents, by Michael L. Tate 102
Gordon, Four Dead in Ohio: Was There a Conspiracy at Kent State?, by Kelly A. Woestman 103

 

Volume XXV, Number 1, Spring, 2000

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TEACHING HISTORY AT TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 
by Stephen Kneeshaw, Editor
3
EVERYBODY TALKS: DISCUSSION STRATEGIES IN THE CLASSROOM 
by W. Gregory Monahan
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READING, WRITING AND WALKING: STUDENT PROJECTS LINKING PRIMARY DOCUMENTS, CLASSROOM LEARNING, AND HISTORICAL SITES 
by Kay Reeve
15
IMPROVING STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN HISTORY LECTURES: SUGGESTIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL QUESTIONING 
by Myra L. Pennell
25
Reviews
 
Percoco, A Passion for the Past: Creative Teaching of U.S. History, by D. Antonio Cantu 36
Alcock, A Short History of Europe: From the Greeks and Romans to Present Day, by Michael Rosenfeld 37
Woodruff, A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present, by Thomas T. Lewis 38
Little and Rosenwein, eds., Debating the Middle Ages: Issues and Readings, by John E. Weakland 40
Leyser, Medieval Women: A Social History of Women in England 450-1500, by Laura Gilstrap Musselwhite 41
Broers, Europe Under Napoleon, 1799-1815, by Sanford Gutman 43
Burns, France and the Dreyfus Affair: A Documentary History, by Jerry L. Summers 44
Reay, Popular Cultures in England 1550-1750; Marsden, ed., Victorian Values: Personalities and Perspectives in Nineteenth-Century Society, by Charlie McAllister 46
Davies, Soviet Economic Development from Lenin to Khrushchev; Pearson, The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Empire, by Carol B. Stevens 48
Gorn, ed., The McGuffey Readers: Selections from the 1879 Edition, by Ronald E. Butchart 50
Schulzinger, U.S. Diplomacy Since 1900, by Matthew R. Redinger 51
Abzug, America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945; Polt, ed., A Thousand Kisses: A Grandmother's Holocaust Letters, by Lorenz Firsching 52
Ball, The Cold War: An International History 1947-1991, by John M. Theilmann 54
LETTER TO THE EDITOR 
by William A. Gordon
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Volume XXV, Number 2, Fall, 2000

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THE TRIAL OF NAPOLEON: A CASE STUDY FOR USING MOCK TRIALS 
by Charles MacKay
59
DESIGNING A HOLOCAUST INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATORS: OPPORTUNITIES AND PROBLEMS 
by Neil Betten, Rodney Allen, & Cynthia Waddell
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METAHISTORY: A REVIEW ESSAY 
by Laura Musselwhite
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Reviews     
Wonders of the African World with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., by Richard A. Voeltz 89
Swisher, ed., The Spread of Islam; Roded, ed., Women in Islam and the Middle East: A Reader, by Calvin H. Allen, Jr. 91
Wolf, Personalities and Problems: Interpretive Essays in World Civilizations; Moss, Terry, & Upshur, eds., The Twentieth Century: Readings in Global History; Chan & Weiner,  eds., Twentieth Century International History: A Reader, by Daniel Levinson 93
Golden, ed., The Social Dimension of Western Civilization, by Robert W. Brown 95
Sacks, ed., Utopia, by Harry E. Wade 98
Hartley, A Social History of the Russian Empire, 1650-1825, by William B. Whisenhunt 99
Nardo, ed., The French Revolution, by David Blanke 101
Stevenson, The Outbreak of the First World War: 1914 in Perspective; Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, by Bullitt Lowry 102
Cogan, Charles de Gaulle: A Brief Biography with Documents, by Michael W. Howell 103
Brown, ed., Jane Addams, Twenty Years at Hull House, with Autobiographical Notes, by Richard D. Starnes 104
Blight & Gooding-Williams, eds., The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois, by Raymond J. Jirran 106
Countryman, ed., How Did American Slavery Begin?, by Milton Ready 107
Countryman, ed., What Did the Constitution Mean to Early Americans?, by C. Ashley Ellefson 108
Madaras & SoRelle, eds., Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in American History. Vol 1: The Colonial Period to Reconstruction, by Russell Olwell 110
Calhoun, ed., The Gilded Age: Essays on the Origins of Modern America, by Kay Reeve 111