The NHPRC-funded Queens Immigration Project inspires teachers to create citizen archivists of 10th grade students. Students explore family history, engage world historical methods and thinking, and learn digital literacy skills.
The Ottoman Empire: the crossroads of trade, pilgrimage, war--and disease? Experience/receive document-based activities examining Ottoman medicine and the impact of globalization on public health in early modern times.
Explore rationale and resources to talk about rape and sexual violence in history classes. Predominantly affecting women, rape and sexual violence are too often absented from curriculum and classroom narrative.
When studying the early colonization of the Caribbean, students will gain a deeper, more nuanced, understanding of the institution of slavery by examining Spanish colonial documents and comparing them with documents from the antebellum U.S. South.