Skip to main content

7 Ways to Disrupt the Normative Narrative in American History

How to confront hard history according to Prof. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, author of Bloody Lowndes: Civil Rights and Black Power in Alabama's Black Belt

Read More
25 Sep 2020

How Do We Talk to Students About Racism?

Teaching students the hard history of slavery and race relations in the U.S. to better understand the present and prepare for the future

Read More
09 Sep 2020

The Significance of McGirt v. Oklahoma and Native American Rights

Uncover the history behind the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent landmark decision

Read More
14 Aug 2020

Remembering James Hatch, Archivist of Black Theater

How a unique partnership created extraordinary research and learning opportunities in Black studies

Read More
17 Apr 2020

Using Art in Research and Learning for Women’s History

How fine arts can support intersectional studies in the history of U.S. social movements

Read More
06 Mar 2020

Take Our Black History Month Literature Quiz!

Test your knowledge and explore unique research opportunities

Read More
26 Feb 2020

Take Our Black History Month Music Quiz!

Test your knowledge and explore unique research opportunities

Read More
12 Feb 2020

5 Ways to Research and Learn About the Holocaust

Addressing the necessity – and challenges – of meaningfully teaching about an emotionally-charged history

Read More
27 Jan 2020

5 Things We’re Reading This Week: 1/13/2020

A roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

Read More
13 Jan 2020