World History Commons recently prioritized adding primary sources from lesser-covered regions and time periods to give a more thorough overview of world history for educators to pull from. As the Proj
This semester I’m using my expertise on crime and violence in a new way: I’m teaching an upper-level undergraduate course “True Crime in Early Modern Europe.” When we think of the true crime g
Funded by the Library of Congress, the four teaching guides will support new prospective teachers teaching the history of religion and will be available on Teachinghistory.org. RRCHNM is proud to anno
Just after midnight on April 24, 1865, the Massachusetts, a side-wheel steamer carrying some 300 soldiers, collided with the Black Diamond, a small propeller boat anchored in the lower Potomac River.
“They didn’t even spell out her name!” This outraged exclamation from an 11th grader at T.C. Williams High School made me absurdly happy. Why? Because against all odds I had somehow manage