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Volume XXVI Spring 2001 Fall 2001 Volume XXXI Spring 2006 Fall 2006
Volume XXVII Spring 2002 Fall 2002 Volume XXXII Spring 2007 Fall 2007
Volume XXVIII Spring 2003 Fall 2003 Volume XXXIII Spring 2008 Fall 2008
Volume XXIX Spring 2004 Fall 2004 Volume XXXIV Spring 2009 Fall 2009
Volume XXX Spring 2005 Fall 2005 Volume XXXV Spring 2010 Fall 2010

 

Volume XXVI, Number 1, Spring 2001

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THE LINKED COURSE: A VIABLE OPTION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING HISTORY 
by Maureen Murphy Nutting
3
FILMS FOR OUR TIME: USING "INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS" TO TEACH RECENT AMERICAN HISTORY 
by Neil Liss and Cameron White 
13
USING SCHOOL REFORM TO TEACH MODERN U.S. HISTORY 
by Rosetta Marantz Cohen
22
Reviews  
Art and Life in Africa, CD-Rom Program with Teacher's Guide, by Cheedy Jaja 36
Sturdy, Louis XIV, by Marilyn Morris 38
Floud, The People and the British Economy, 1830-1914; Pope, The British Economy Since 1914, by Fred R. van Hartesveldt  39
Kitchen, The British Empire and Commonwealth: A Short History; Rubinstein, Britain's Century: A Political and Social History 1815-1905, by Richard A. Voeltz  40
Purdue, The Second World War, by Paul E. Fuller 43
Lowe, ed., The Vietnam War, by Mark H. Davis  44
Toplin, ed., Oliver Stone's U.S.A.: Film, History and Controversy, by Tom Pynn 45
Madaras & SoRelle, eds., Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in American History. Vol. II: Reconstruction to the Present, by Gordon E. Harvey 47
Dickinson, ed., Britain and the American Revolution, by Annette Laing 49
Leviatin, ed., How the Other Half Lives, by Margaret A. Lowe 50
Woloch, Muller v. Oregon: A Brief History with Documents, by Jeffrey S. Cole 51
Iriye, ed., Pearl Harbor and the Coming of the Pacific War: A Brief History with Documents and Essays, by Jeffrey C. Livingston 53
Murray & Millett, A War to Be Won: Fighting the Second World War, by Michael Marino 54
Remembering the Forgotten War: The Korean War in American History, 60-minute video and Study Guide, by Jeffrey S. Kaplan 55

 

Volume XXVI, Number 2, Fall 2001

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THEATER ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: IN THE HISTORY CLASSROOM
by Gayle V. Fischer and Susan Spector
59
PUTTING THE WORLD IN WORLD HISTORY TEXTBOOKS
by William A. Paquette
71
SINGING AMERICAN HISTORY 
by Fred Nielsen 
89
PASSPORT TO THE MILLENNIUM
by Mary Grace Yost
98
Reviews  
Seip, "We Shall Gladly Teach": Preparing History Graduate Students for the Classroom, by Susan Wunder 102
Nardo, ed., The Rise of Christianity, by Tia M. Kolbaba    103
Johnson, The Dreyfus Affair: Honour and Politics in the Belle Èpoch, by Walter Lowrie 104
Werner, ed., The American Revolution, by John H. Frederick   105
Tyson, Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams & the Roots of Black Power, by Paul Gaffney 107
Mayers, Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991, by Robert J. Hanyok 108
Stalcup, ed., Women's Suffrage, by Thomas F. Armstrong 109
Hurley, The 1960s, by Richard A. Greenwald 110
"SATIS EST," a poem by Franklin L. Gilson 112

 

Volume XXVII, Number 1, Spring 2002

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TEACHING THE SILK ROAD: A JOURNEY OF PEDAGOGICAL DISCOVERY
by A.J. Andrea and William Mierse
 3
PUTTING EASTERN EUROPE BACK INTO WESTERN CIVILIZATION: OR, WHY IS THE RUSSIAN STUFF ALWAYS AT THE END?
by John K. Cox
14
BUILDING HIGHER-ORDER HISTORICAL THINKING SKILLS IN A COLLEGE SURVEY CLASS
by Russell Olwell
22
Reviews  
Trinkle & Merriman, eds., History.edu: Essays on Teaching with Technology, by John R. Moore 33
Loades, Power in Tudor England; Lockyer, James VI & I; Hirst, England in Conflict, 1603-1660--Kingdom, Community, Commonwealth, by Michael J. Salevouris 34
Archer, Social Unrest and Popular Protest in England 1780-1840, by Roy Schreiber 37
Napoleon, Video, by Richard A. Voeltz 38
Davis, A History of Britain, 1885-1939; Pugh, Britain Since 1789: A Concise History, by Abraham D. Kriegel 40
McDonough, Hitler and Nazi Germany; Neville, The Holocaust, by Thomas Saylor 42
Clark, Heweitt, Rosenzweig, Brier, Brown, & Foner, eds., Who Built America?  Working People and the Nation's Economy, Politics, Culture and Society, Vol. I; Lichtenstein, Strasser, Rosenzweig, Brier, Brown, eds., Who Built America? Working People and the Nation's Economy, Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. II, by Lisa W. Phillips 44
Rakove, Declaring Rights: A Brief History with Documents; Wills, A Necessary Evil: A History of American Distrust of Government, by Tom Pynn 47
Clinton, ed., Southern Families at War: Loyalty and Conflict in the Civil War South, by Jean A. Stuntz 50
Baylis, Anglo-American Relations since 1939: The Enduring Alliance; Ryan, The United Nations and International Politics, by Christy Jo Snider 51
Roleff, ed., The Atom Bomb, by Brian Boland 53
Swisher, ed., John F. Kennedy, by Lawrence B. de Graaf 55

 

Volume XXVII, Number 2, Fall 2002

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A "GREAT ROADS" APPROACH TO TEACHING MODERN WORLD HISTORY AND LATIN AMERICAN REGIONAL SURVEY COURSES: A VERACRUZ TO MEXICO CITY CASE STUDY
by James Seay Brown, Jr. and Douglass Sullivan-González
59
ACTING OUT NAZI GERMANY: A ROLE-PLAY SIMULATION FOR THE HISTORY CLASSROOM
by W. Gregory Monahan
74
LOCAL STUDIES AND LARGER ISSUES: THE CASE OF SARA BAGBY
by Judith Luckett
86
TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST AS A LESSON IN REMEMBERING AND SAYING "NO" TO HATE: A TESTIMONIAL
by Emily Alsip
98
Reviews  
Mitford, Madame de Pompadour, by Laura Musselwhite 102
Jacob, The Enlightenment: A Brief History with Documents; Porter, The Enlightenment; Munck, The Enlightenment: A Comparative Social History, 1721-1794,by Robert B. Luehrs 103
Morrison, Slavery and the American West: The Eclipse of Manifest Destiny and the Coming of the Civil War, by Robert H. Gudmestad 105
Tulloch, The Debate on the American Civil War Era, by Robert Page 107
Sittser, A Cautious Patriotism: The American Churches and the Second World War, by Jill K. Gill 108
Morehouse, Fighting in the Jim Crow Army: Black Men and Women Remember World War II, by Christopher C. Lovett 109
Winters, ed., The Civil Rights Movement; Siebold, ed., Martin Luther King, Jr., by Sarah L. Swedberg 110

 

Volume XXVIII, Number 1, Spring 2003

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EXPLORING THE ATLANTIC WORLD: AN EXPERIMENT IN TEACHING AN EMERGING PARADIGM
by Annette Laing
3
USING LOCAL HISTORY TO UNDERSTAND NATIONAL THEMES: THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC IN PHILADEPHIA IN 1793
by Susan Westbury
14
COLLECTING STORIES ABOUT STRIP-MINING: USING ORAL HISTORY IN THE CLASSROOM
by William Kerrigan
22
USING FIRST-PERSON SOURCES TO TEACH THE VIETNAM WAR
by Joe P. Dunn
29
A TEACHING NOTE: GETTING STARTED IN A COURSE ON HISTORICAL METHOD
by Luther P. Carpenter
37
Reviews  
Thompson, ed., The Renaissance, by S. Rex Morrow 43
Swisher, ed., Victorian England, by Robert Blackey 44
Donald & Rees, eds., Reinterpreting Revolution in Twentieth-Century Europe, by Daniel Levinson 45
Hullar & Nelson, The United States: A Brief Narrative History, by Larry Madaras 46
Deverell & Hyde, eds., The West in the History of the Nation: A Reader, by David Arnold 48
Enslow & Enslow, Music of the American Colonies, by Mary E. Quinlivan 49
Slaughter, ed., Common Sense and Related Writings, by Thomas Paine, by William H. Mulligan, Jr. 50
Cunningham, Jr., ed., Jefferson vs. Hamilton: Confrontations that Shaped a Nation, by Peter Gregg Slater 51
Johnson, ed., Abraham Lincoln, Slavery, and the Civil War: Selected Writings and Speeches, by Michael L. Tate 52
Roberts, The Brother: The Untold Story of Atomic Spy David Greenglass and How He Sent His Sister, Ethel Rosenberg, to the Electric Chair, by Richard Melzer 54
Cannato, The Ungovernable City: John Lindsay and His Struggle to Save New York, by Michael Marino 55

 

Volume XXVIII, Number 2, Fall 2003

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WOUNDED KNEE, 1890: HISTORICAL EVIDENCE ON TRIAL IN THE CLASSROOM
by Andrew Johnson
59
FINDING THE SOURCES: A HISTORIAN AND A LIBRARIAN UNITE
by Gayle V. Fischer and Mia Morgan
70
EXPLAINING HISTORY IN A NUTSHELL
by Eileen H. Tamura
80
REAL WORK, NOT BUSY WORK: THE PLACE PAPER
by David Hsiung
92
Reviews  
Pernoud & Clin, Joan of Arc: Her Story, by Tia M. Kolbaba 97
McGurk, The Tudor Monarchies 1485-1603, by Charles McAllister 98
Todd, Revolutions, 1789-1917, by Thomas Tandy Lewis 99
Mombauer, The Origins of the First World War: Controversies and Consensus, by Michael Salevouris 100
Service, The Russian Revolution, 1900-1927; White, Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution, by William B. Whisenhunt 101
Calhoun, ed., The Human Tradition in America from the Colonial Era through Reconstruction, by George W. Geib 103
Barth, ed., The Lewis and Clark Expedition: Selections from the Journals Arranged by Topic, by Katherine Hughes 104
Hodges, ed., Black Itinerants of the Gospel: The Narratives of John Jea and George White, by James S. Baugess 106
Linden, ed., Voices from the Gathering Storm: The Coming of the American Civil War, by Ralph Peters 107
Walker, We Can't Go Home Again: An Argument about Afrocentrism, by Fred R. van Hartesveldt 108
Nardo, ed., The Great Depression, by Kelly A. Woestman 109
Watkins, The Hungry Years: A Narrative History of the Great Depression in America, by Richard D. Starnes 111
Murray, ed., What Did the Internment of Japanese Americans Mean?, by Eileen H. Tamura 112

 

Volume XXIX, Number 1, Spring 2004

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INTEGRATING PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES: A MODEL FROM EARLY AMERICA
by James E. McWilliams
3
TEACHING CLASS: LABOR AND WORKING-CLASS HISTORY IN THE U.S. SURVEY
by Randi Storch
14
AFRICA IN THE WORLD: LESSONS FROM AFRICAN HISTORY FOR WORLD HISTORY
by Kathleen R. Smythe
23
REAL WORK, NOT BUSY WORK, PART II: THE PRIMARY SOURCE PAPER
by David C. Hsiung  
36
Reviews  
Booth & Hyland, eds., The Practice of University History Teaching, by Timothy Berg 41
Stearns, Seixas, & Wineburg, eds., Knowing, Teaching, and Learning History: National and International Perspectives, by Gregory S. Wilson 42
Dunn, Sister Revolutions: French Lightning, American Light, by Jerry Hopkins 43
Nardo, ed., Charles Darwin, by Robert W. Brown 44
Queen Victoria's Empire, by Richard A. Voeltz 46
Stalcup, ed., Adolph Hitler; Nicholls, Weimar and the Rise of Hitler, by John K. Cox 48
Wood, Churchill, by Harry E. Wade 50
Winters, ed., The Collapse of the Soviet Union; Read, The Making and Breaking of the Soviet System: An Interpretation, by Elizabeth J. Wilcoxson 51
Woodworth, ed., The Loyal, True, and Brave: America's Civil War Soldiers; Ashdown & Caudill, The Mosby Myth: A Confederate Hero in Life and Legend, by Michael E. Long 53

 

Volume XXIX, Number 2, Fall 2004

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THE "BIG PICTURE" MODEL FOR LEARNING WORLD HISTORY, OR SLIPPING BETWEEN THE ROCKS AND HARD PLACES
by Mark Newman
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TEACHING MODERN AMERICAN HISTORY IN AN HONORS PROGRAM
by William M. Simons
71
"GREAT THINKER'S DAY"--OR CAPTURING THE LARGEST POSSIBLE AUDIENCE ON CAMPUS
by Mari Firkatian
82
Reviews  
Antonio & Warren, Teaching History in the Digital Classroom, by Diane Cook & Russell Olwell 92
Spongberg, Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance, by Laura Musselwhite 93
Stafford, John Stuart Mill, by Joseph Coohill 94
Black, ed., European Warfare: 1815-2000, by Raymond J. Jirran 95
Springhall, Decolonization Since 1945: The Collapse of European Overseas Empires, by Jerry L. Summers 96
Nitobe, Bushido: The Soul of Japan, by Tom Pynn 98
Jordan & Litwack, The United States: Conquering a Continent, by Karol K. Weaver 99
Middleton, Colonial America: A History, 1565-1776, by Monica Rico 100
Dudley, ed., American Slavery, by Steven G. Collins 101
Brands, The Reckless Decade: American in the 1890s, by Mark Davis 102
Collins & Gitelman, Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents, by C. David Dalton 103
Moran, The Scopes Trial: A Brief History with Documents, by Jonathan P. Spiro 105
Finan, Alfred E. Smith: The Happy Warrior, by Donn C. Neal 106
Cohen, ed., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression, by Scott A. Merriman 107
Daniel, Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s, by Daniel O. Gilmartin 109
Gillon, The American Paradox: A History of the United States Since 1945, by William E. Doody 110
Sobel, The Impact of Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy Since Vietnam, by Lucinda Baker 111

 

Volume XXX, Number 1, Spring 2005

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INTERNATIONALIZING THE TEACHING OF EARLY U.S. HISTORY
by John F. Lyons
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TEACHING HISTORY AS THE REENACTMENT OF PAST EXPERIENCE
by Anthony Pattiz
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A PROPOSAL FOR REVISING THE HISTORY SENIOR SEMINAR COURSE
by Charles M. Dobbs
32
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
FIRST BLOOD IN BALTIMORE: THE INDICTMENT OF SAMUEL MACTIER
by Daniel F. Rulli
40
Reviews  
Williams, The Historian's Toolbox: A Student Guide to the Theory and Craft of History, by Milton Ready 43
Homel, Unlocking City Hall: Exploring the History of Local Government and Politics, by Herbert Janick 44
Manning, Navigating World HIstory: Historians Create a Global Past, by Margaret Sankey 45
Marks, The Illusion of Peace: International Relations in Europe, 1918-1933, by Michael W. Howell 46
Eubank, The Origins of World War II, by Thomas Saylor 47
Marvel, The Salem Witch Trials, by Jill K. Gill 48
Chaffin, Pathfinder: Charles Fremont and the Course of American Empire, by David E. Woodward 50
Zieger, America's Great War: World War I and the American Experience, by Stephen A. Bourque 51
Harth, ed., Last Witness: Reflections on the Wartime Internment of Japanese Americans, by Robert C. Sims 52
Small, Antiwarriors: The Vietnam War and the Battle for America's Hearts and Minds, by William F. Mugleston 53
Williams, ed., The Terrorist Attack on America, by Lawrence B. de Graaf 55
Rielly, ed., Baseball and American Culture: Across the Diamond, by Thomas F. Armstrong 56

 

Volume XXX, Number 2, Fall 2005

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TO ILLUMINATE HISTORY: MAKING HISTORY PICTURE-PERFECT
by Robert Blackey
59
WOMEN'S HISTORY THROUGH FAMILY HISTORY: A VARIATION ON A THEME
by Christy Jo Snider
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SIMULATIONS, SOURCES, AND THE HISTORY SURVEY COURSE: MAKING THE INTERNET MATTER
by Brian McKenzie
82
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
SHEPHERDING THE SPACE PROGRAM: JFK AND LIFTOFF
by Daniel F. Rulli
91
Reviews  
Glynn & Glynn, The Life and Death of Smallpox, by Michael Salevouris 95
Lukowski, The European Nobility in the Eighteenth Century, by Michael Marino 96
Tolz, Inventing the Nation: Russia, by Steven Sabol 97
Johnson, British Imperialism, by Richard A. Voeltz 98
Collette & Laybourn, eds., Modern Britain since 1979: A Reader, by Fred von Hartesveldt 100
Schweikart & Allen, A Patriot's History of the United States: From Columbus' Great Discovery to the War on Terror, by C. David Dalton 101
Shannon, Atlantic Lives: A Comparative Approach to Early America, by Michael E. Long 103
Des Jardins, Women and the Historical Enterprise in America: Gender, Race, and the Politics of Memory, 1800-1945, by Carrie Baker 104
Moore, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and the Struggle for Racial Uplift, by Carl Schulkin 105
Rees & Pollack, eds., The Voice of the People: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working Class Culture, by Gregory Wilson 106
Horowitz, The Anxieties of Affluence: Critiques of American Consumer Culture, 1939-1979, by Ron Briley 108
Reichard, Politics as Usual: The Age of Truman and Eisenhower, by Jeff Broadwater 109
Fraser & Murray, America and the World since 1945, by Jeffrey S. Cole 111

 

Volume XXXI, Number 1, Spring 2006

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MOCKING POPE AND PREACHER: POPULAR PROPAGANDA IN THE AGE OF REFORMATION
by Christopher Carlsmith
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DEALING WITH ACADEMIC CONFLICTS IN THE CLASSROOM: I, RIGOBERTA MENCHÚ AS A CASE STUDY
by Donald Reid
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“THIS IS WHAT THE UNION DONE”—ONE EXAMPLE OF USING MUSIC TO MAKE HISTORY MATTER
by Robert Woodrum
30
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
CAMPAIGNING IN 1928: CHICKENS IN POTS AND CARS IN BACKYARDS
by Daniel F. Rulli
42
Reviews  
Waibel, Martin Luther: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Works, by Robert Blackey  47
Mallet, Mussolini and the Origins of the Second World War, by Joel D. Benson 48
Smith, ed., The Holocaust and Other Genocides: History, Representation, Ethics, by Jeffrey S. Cole 49
Read, ed., The Stalin Years: A Reader, by Jerry Hopkins 50
Myers, Jr., Liberty without Anarchy: A History of the Society of the Cincinnati, by William H. Mulligan, Jr. 52
Crisp, Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett’s Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution, by Jean A. Stuntz 53
Kyvig, Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940: How Americans Lived Through the ‘Roaring Twenties’ and the Great Depression, by Ronald E. Butchart  54
Brose, A History of Europe in the Twentieth Century, by William B. Whisenhunt 56

 

Volume XXXI, Number 2, Fall 2006

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MEDIEVAL CONNECTIONS: ACTIVE LEARNING AND THE TEACHING OF THE MIDDLE AGES
by Phillip C. Adamo
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TEACHING THE MIDDLE EAST: THE PERSPECTIVES METHOD
by Holly Arida
74
“IF TEACHERS WOULD ONLY . . . ” HOW STUDENTS VIEW THEIR COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
by William F. Mugleston
86
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
BUFFALO BILL: A LIFE IN THREE REELS
by Daniel F. Rulli
90
Reviews  
Gelardi, Born to Rule: Five Reigning Consorts, the Granddaughters of Queen Victoria, by Laura Musselwhite 96
Addison, The Unexpected Hero, by Daniel Levinson 97
Zelizer, ed., The American Congress: The Building of Democracy, by Teresa L. Hutchins 98
Godbeer, Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692, by Edward L. Bond 99
Buel, Jr., America on the Brink: How the Political Struggle Over the War of 1812 Almost Destroyed the Young Republic, by Matt McCook 100
Bradley, ed., Antislavery Political Writings, 1833-1860: A Reader, by Mary Ellen Pethel 102
Southern, The Progressive Era and Race: Reaction and Reform, 1900-1917, by Ralph Peters 103
Fleming, The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I, by Stephen A. Bourque 104
Southgate, What is History For?, by Michael Salevouris 106
Kintisch and Cordero, Breaking Away from the Textbook: A Creative Approach to Teaching American History,
by Gregory Wilson
107
De Leon & Griswold del Castillo, North Aztlán: A History of Mexican Americans in the United States, by Matthew A. Redinger 108
Conforti, Saints and Strangers: New England in British North America, by Peter Gregg Slater 109
Chaffin, Sea of Gray: The Around-the-World Odyssey of the Confederate Raider Shenandoah, by Robert Gudmestad 110

 

Volume XXXII, Number 1, Spring 2007

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USING "INFLUENTIAL PERSONS" TO TEACH WORLD HISTORY
by Fred Nielsen
3
THE ROLE OF JOURNAL WRITING IN TEACHING WOMEN’S HISTORY
by Ann Denkler
11
USING WARGAMES IN THE CLASSROOM TO TEACH HISTORICAL THOUGHT
by Brad Burenheide
18
INTEGRATING BASIC RESEARCH INTO THE U.S. HISTORY SURVEY
by Thomas Dicke
27
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
HOLLYWOOD ACTORS’ PARTICIPATION IN WORLD WAR II by Lee A. Gladwin 36
Film Review  
ADDING HOLLYWOOD TO THE AMERICAN HISTORY SURVEY
Steve Blankenship
41
Book Reviews  
McMichael, History on the Web: Using and Evaluating the Internet, by Kelly A. Woestman 45
Lindaman & Ward, History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray U.S. History, by Gordon R. Mork 46
Sheffield, Women and Science: Social Impact and Interaction, by Russell Olwell 47
Holmes & Evans, eds., Battlefield: Decisive Conflicts in History, by Fred R. van Hartesveldt 48
Broadwater, George Mason: Forgotten Founder, by Sarah Swedberg 49
Lyons, Sex Among the Rabble: An Intimate History of Gender & Power in the Age of Revolution, 1730-1830,
by Andrew Reisinger
50
Johnson, The Early American Republic, 1789-1826, by Ryan McIlhenny 52
Brinkley & Dyer, eds., The American Presidency, by Scott W. Akemon 53
Canizares-Esguerra & Seeman, The Atlantic in Global History, 1500-2000, by Lorenz J. Firsching 54
Gelvin, The Modern Middle East: A History, by Kevin W. Martin 55

 

Volume XXXII, Number 2, Fall 2007

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TEACHING THE BLACK DEATH WITH SYSTEMS THINKING
by Daniel Swenson
59
WOMEN IN ASIA AND AFRICA: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY-BASED READINGS COURSE
by Joe Dunn
70
BUILDING HISTORICAL THINKING SKILLS IN THE U.S. SURVEY
by Russell Douglass Jones
80
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
LESS IS MORE: LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE, GLASS HOUSES, AND IMMIGRATION
by Daniel F. Rulli
92
Film Review  
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA: THE BATTLE FOR THE ARAB WORLD
by Richard A. Voeltz
98
Book Reviews  
The History Highway: A 21st Century Guide to Internet Resources, by Päivi Hoikkala 100
Practicing History: New Directions in Historical Writing After the Linguistic Turn, by Magid Shihade 101
Cicero, Classicism, and Popular Culture by Melinda Gottesman 102
Race, Racism, and Science: Social Impact and Interaction, by Christopher Cumo 103
Women in Late Medieval and Reformation Europe, 1200-1550, by John E. Weakland 104
The Spanish Inquisition, by Kimberlee D. Garza 105
The United States: A Brief Narrative History, by William F. Mugleston 106
American Reformers 1870-1920: Progressives in Word and Deed, by Jeannette W. Cockroft 108
Five Days in August: How World War II Became a Nuclear War, by Stephen K. Stein 109
The Incorporation of America: Culture and Society in the Gilded Age, by Raymond D. Screws 110
Civic and Moral Learning in America, by Christopher A. Molnar 111

 

Volume XXXIII, Number 1, Spring 2008

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HISTORIOGRAPHY AS PEDAGOGY: THOUGHTS ABOUT THE MESSY PAST AND WHY WE SHOULDN’T CLEAN IT UP
by David Wrobel
3
HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE SURVEY
by Jonathan Mercantini
12
ENCOURAGING STUDENTS TO READ THE TEXTS: THE JIGSAW METHOD
by Cynthia Resor
20
INCORPORATING FILMS INTO A HISTORY CLASSROOM: A TEACHING NOTE
by Ron Briley
28
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
UNSHUTTERED LENS: DOROTHEA LANGE, DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY, AND GOVERNMENT WORK, 1935-1945
by Carol B. Conrad
33
Film Review  
The Battle of Chernobyl
by Richard A. Voeltz
43
Book Reviews  
Lanman & Wendling, eds., Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Historians: An Anthology of Oral History Education, by Thomas Saylor 46
Beaudoin, Poverty in World History, by Thomas C. Percy 47
Johnson, Donnelly, & Wolfenstein, The Bedford Glossary for European History, by Amanda Bahr-Evola 48
Crew, Hitler and the Nazis: A History in Documents, by Nathaniel P. Weston 49
Bridges, ed., Freedom in America, by Alexander Freund 50
Hoffer, The Brave New World: A History of Early America, by Daniel P. Kotzin 52
Dunn, ed., Something That Will Surprise the World: The Essential Writings of the Founding Fathers, by Dawn Marsh Riggs 53
Calhoun, ed., The Gilded Age: Perspectives on the Origins of Modern America, by Mary Ellen Pethel 54
Donaldson, ed., Modern America: A Documentary History of the Nation Since 1945, by Caryn E. Neumann 55

 

Volume XXXIII, Number 2, Fall 2008

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TEACHING NIGHT AND FOG: PUTTING A DOCUMENTARY FILM IN HISTORY
by Donald Reid
59
TEACHING THE HISTORY OF CHINESE CHRISTIANITY: SOME PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
by Joseph Tse-Hei Lee
75
CONNECTING THE COURSE: THE ASSESSMENT LOOP
by Maureen Murphy Nutting
85
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from NARA
NO KITCHEN CABINET THIS: FRANCES PERKINS BECOMES SECRETARY OF LABOR
by Daniel F. Rulli
95
Book Reviews  
Lang, On Course: A Week-by-Week Guide to Your First Semester of College Teaching, by Bronson Long 101
Benjamin, A Student’s Guide to History, by Star Nance 102
Bembo, The Travels and Journals of Ambrosio Bembo, by Phillip A. Cantrell 103
Jewell, Women in Dark Age and Early Medieval Europe, c. 500-1200, by Andrea Janelle Dickens 104
Hunt, Building Jerusalem: The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City, by Ian Morley 105
Hadley, Field of Spears: The Last Mission of the Jordan Crew, by Thomas Saylor 107
Glant, Remember Hungary 1956: Essays on the Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence in American Memory, by Davis D. Joyce 108
DuBois & Garrigus, Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804: A Brief History with Documents, by Gregory G. Zugrave, Jr. 109
Whalen, A Higher Purpose: Profiles in Presidential Courage, by Scott W. Akemon 110
Brown & Cottrell, Modern America Lives: Individuals and Issues in American History Since 1945, by Louise M. Newman 111

 

Volume XXXIV, Number 1, Spring 2009

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THE NEW YORK TIMES ASSIGNMENT
by John A. King, Jr.
4
AN AMERICAN FOUNDER’S DREAM: USING BENJAMIN RUSH’S SUBCONSCIOUS AS AN NTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY
by Christopher J. Young
11
FROM CONTENT TO PROCESS: A WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TEACHING EXPERIMENT
by Marie E. Hooper
17
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from the National Archives
GLOBAL MUCKRAKING: THE INTERNATIONAL IMPACT OF UPTON SINCLAIR’S THE JUNGLE
by Michael Hussey
30
Book Reviews  
Wilson, Patriotic Correctness: Academic Freedom and Its Enemies, by by Jeff Broadwater 40
Badger, ed., Ideas That Work in College Teaching, by Eve M. Duffy 41
Reich and Daccord, Best Ideas for Teaching with Technology: A Practical Guide for Teachers, by Teachers,
by Christopher Cumo
42
Tattersall, The World From Beginnings to 4000 BCE, by Elizabeth Do Lam 43
Dosal, Cuba Libre: A Brief History of Cuba, by Julia Sloan 44
Blaufarb, Napoleon: Symbol for an Age. A Brief History with Documents, by Michael Clinton 46
Brooks and Chernyavskiy, Lenin and the Making of the Soviet State: A Brief History with Documents,
by Kregg M. Fehr
47
Zinn, Konopacki, and Buhle, A People’s History of American Empire: A Graphic Adaptation, by Davis D. Joyce 48
LeFeber, Polenberg, and Woloch, The American Century: A History of the United States Since the 1890s,
by Antonio Thompson
49
Savage, Your Spirits Walk Beside Us: The Politics of Black Religion, by Michael Pasquier 50
Eller, Uneven Group: Appalachia Since 1945, by Milton Ready 52
Dempsey, ed., Sports-Talk Radio in America: Its Context and Culture, by Ron Briley 53
Reichard and Dickson, eds., America on the World Stage: A Global Approach to U.S. History, by Thomas Percy 54
Nardulli, ed., Domestic Perspectives on Contemporary Democracy, by Rebecca L. Sims 55

 

Volume XXXIV, Number 2, Fall 2009

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TEACHING THE COMPLEXITY OF SLAVERY
by Daniel P. Kotzin
59
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR ENHANCING LECTURING IN HISTORY
by Ray Heitzmann
70
BLACKBOARD OR BLOG? SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT CREATING AND ASSIGNING ON-LINE COMPONENTS IN COLLEGE HISTORY COURSES
by Julie A. Hofmann
80
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from the National Archives
PERSPECTIVES ON THE “NEW IMMIGRANTS,” 1903-1911
by Michael Hussey
91
Book Reviews  
Arvidson, Teaching Nonmajors: Advice for Liberal Arts Professors, by Star Nance 97
Tosh, Why History Matters, by Stephen A. Bourque 98
Levstik and Barton, Researching History Education: Theory, Method and Context, by Richard A. Diem 99
Galanidou and Dommasnes, eds., Telling Children About the Past: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, by Eileen H. Tamura 100
Elwell, Macrosociology: The Study of Sociocultural Systems, by Brian Bentel 101
Nardulli, ed., International Perspectives on Contemporary Democracy, by James Frusetta 103
Breckman, European Romanticism: A Brief History with Documents, by Thomas Saylor 104
Paterson, A Brief History of Life in Victorian Britain: A Social History of Queen Victoria’s Reign, by
Ian Morley
105
Gross, What Blood Won’t Tell: A History of Race on Trial in America, by Jill K. Gill 106
Freeberg, Democracy’s Prisoner: Eugene V. Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent, by Ron Briley 108
Gates, Jr., and Higginbotham, eds., Harlem Renaissance Lives: From the African American National Biography, by Richard L. Hughes 110
Jackson, Becoming King: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Making of a National Leader, by John B. Kirby 111

 

Volume XXXV, Number 1, Spring 2010

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EARLY BIRD SPECIALS: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE USE OF CLASS TIME BEFORE CLASS BEGINS
by Robert Blackey
3
BUILDING HISTORICAL IMAGINATION WITH THREE POTATOES, TWO CARROTS, AND ONE ONION
by Pamela Riney-Kehrberg
12
WORKING WITH PROBATE INVENTORIES: A CLASS ASSIGNMENT IN HISTORICAL METHODS
by Darren Hynes
23
USING MUSIC TO ENLIVEN THE AMERICAN HISTORY CLASSROOM: LOOKING AT THE POST-CIVIL WAR YEARS THROUGH THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF HENRY CLAY WORK
by Eric Juhnke
28
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from the National Archives
THE DEMISE OF SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, APRIL 16, 1862
by Michael Hussey
36
In Memoriam  
HOWARD ZINN, AUGUST 24,1922–JANUARY 27, 2010
by Davis D. Joyce
41
Book Reviews  
Reilly, Disaster and Human History: Case Studies in Nature, Society, and Catastrophe, by Shannon Bontrager 46
Warren and Cantu, eds., History Education 101: The Past, Present, and Future of Teacher Preparation, by Dawn Marsh 47
Ragland and Woestman, eds., The Teaching American History Project: Lessons for History Educators and Historians, by Christopher Cumo 48
Fritzsche, Life and Death in the Third Reich, by Antonio Thompson 50
White, Jr., A. Lincoln: A Biography, by C. David Dalton 51
Loewen, Teaching What Really Happened: How to Avoid the Tyranny of Textbooks & Get Students Excited About Doing History, by Annette Laing 52
MacDonald, The History Shoppe, by Jayme Akers Feagin 55

 

Volume XXXV, Number 2, Fall 2010

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RACE, MUSIC, AND A MEANINGFUL APPROACH TO TEACHING HISTORICAL METHODS
by Richard Hughes
59
REFOCUSING ON READING: STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE READING AND ANALYTICAL SKILLS IN HISTORY COURSES
by Michael Perri
68
THE BLENDED HISTORY CLASSROOM: KEEPING THE STUDENT CENTRAL
by Victoria J. Campbell & Raymond A. Kimball
79
INTRODUCING THEORETICAL ISSUES THROUGH POPULAR HISTORICAL FILMS
by Rowland Weston
92
Teaching with On-Line Primary Sources: Documents from the National Archives
NATIONAL ARCHIVES ANNOUNCES DOCSTEACH, A NEW ONLINE TOOL FOR TEACHERS 103
Book Reviews  
Tyerman, God’s War: A New History of the Crusades, by Todd Elsen 104
Burson, The Rise and Fall of Theological Enlightenment: Jean-Marin de Prades and Ideological Polarization in Eighteenth-Century France, by Perry Hardison 105
Leahey, Whitewashing War: Historical Myth, Corporate Textbooks, and Possibilities for Democratic Education, by Marc L. Schwarz 106
Tuck, We Ain’t What We Ought To Be: The Black Freedom Struggle from Emancipation to Obama, by Barbara A. Moss 107
McRainey and Russick, eds., Connecting Kids to History with Museum Exhibitions, by Jeffrey S. Kaplan 108
Furay and Salevouris, The Methods and Skills of History: A Practical Guide, by Daniel P. Kotzin 109
Kaminski, The Great Virginia Triumvirate: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson & James Madison in the Eyes of Their Contemporaries, by George W. Geib 110
Lehman, Bloodshed at Little Bighorn: Sitting Bull, Custer, and the Destinies of Nations, by Jeff Bremer 111