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Shining the Spotlight on
Sports History
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Foul Lines: Teaching Race in Jim Crow America through Baseball History
by David J. Laliberte



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Shining the Spotlight on
the History of Chess
:

Exploring Medieval
European Society with Chess:
An Engaging Activity for the World History Classroom

by John Pagnotti
and William B. Russell III



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Shining the Spotlight on
Latin American History
:

Revolutions: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Printmaking and Latin American History
by Elizabeth Kiddy
and Kristen T. Woodward



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Shining the Spotlight on
Experimental History
:

A Pedagogical Trebuchet:
A Case Study in Experimental History and History Pedagogy

by Lee L. Brice
and Steven Catania



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Shining the Spotlight on
African American History
:

Using Portraiture to Shift Paradigms: The New Negro Movement in the Classroom
by Jennifer Hildebrand



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Shining the Spotlight on
Fashion History
:

Effective Learning Strategies
in the History of Dress

by Sara B. Marcketti



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Shining the Spotlight on
Gender History
:

"Isn't That a Dude?":
Using Images to Teach
Gender and Ethnic Diversity
in the U.S. History Classroom--Pocahontas: A Case Study

by Dominique Padurano


       
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Featured Article from The History Teacher

Shining the Spotlight on
Suburban History
:

Looking for History
in "Boring" Places: Suburban Communities and American Life

by Michael P. Marino



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Shining the Spotlight on
Children's History
:

Student-Centered Reading of Lewis Hine's Photographs
by Kate Sampsell-Willmann



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Shining the Spotlight on
Women's History
:

A Case for Using Images to Teach Women's History
by Jessica B. Schocker



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Shining the Spotlight on
Social Media and History
:

Teaching Twitter: Re-enacting the Paris Commune and the Battle of Stalingrad
by Brian A. McKenzie



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Shining the Spotlight on
Popular Culture and History
:

To Boldly Go
Where No History
Teacher Has Gone Before

by John C. Putman


 
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