A report on the author's Fall 2018 sabbatical project: teaching early US history from a global perspective.
This project has its roots "Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges," an educational initiative funded by the AHA and the NEH. Participants of this initiative, of which I was one, "worked to create or revise U.S. history courses-especially the popular U.S. history survey course-with lessons, units, and other work that deepens teaching on the United States in the world."
United States History
Boyle, Sarah, "Teaching the First Half of the US Survey from a Global Perspective" (2018). Sabbatical Projects. 9.
later colonies new.pptx (65 kB)
New worlds.pptx (322 kB)
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Slavery in the Atlantic World
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The Global American Revolution
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