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Volume 1 • Number 2

May 2004



Teaching Consumerism in World History
by Peter Stearns
Writing and World History
by David Burzillo
Integrating Globalization into the Curriculum: Two Examples
by Christopher Corley and Jay Walsh
John Brown: A Black Female Soldier in the Royal African Company
by Steve Murdoch
The Emergence of Complex Societies: A Comparative Approach
by David L. Toye
How To Use the Theme Of Technology in Teaching the World History Survey Course
by William Everdell
Dutiful Daughters: Seven Moral Exemplars in Chinese History
by Barbara Bennett Peterson


Media Matters: Multimedia Made Simple, The Hard Way
by Paul Brians
Visual Literacy: Letting Our Students See the Past for Themselves Pairing the Visual with the Written
by Wendy Eagan
Paper Trails: Exploring World History through Documents and Images
by Marc Jason Gilbert
World History Makeover: The European Renaissance
by Deborah Smith Johnston
On my Desk: History and the Textbooks
by Tom Laichas

Recent books in World History and Pedagogy

Fick, Carolyn E. The Making of Haiti: The Saint Domingue Revolution From Below
by John Wood
Foltz, Richard C., Religions of the Silk Road: Overland Trade and Cultural Exchange from Antiquity to the Fifteenth Century
by Mary Jane Maxwell
Gunn, Geoffrey C., First Globalization: The Eurasian Exchange, 1500-1800
by Patricia Lopes Don
McNeil, John R., Something New Under the Sun: An Environmental History of the Twentieth-Century World
by Heather Streets
Shipler, David K., Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land
by Allison Freedman

Essay Reviews

Free and Unfree Labor: A Review Essay
by Ane Lintvedt

Special Essays

The Past is Another Planet: The Absence of Funding for Global Historical Research
by Patrick Manning
Remembering Leften Stavrianos, 1913-2004
by Kevin Reilly



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