Society for History Education, Inc.
A non-profit organization and publisher of The History Teacher since 1967

The History Teacher
(ISSN: 0018-2745)
is a peer-reviewed
quarterly journal.

THT publishes inspirational scholarship on traditional and unconventional techniques
in history education.

Volume 50 (2016-2017)
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National History Day (NHD)


The Society for History Education is proud to feature spectacular scholarship from teachers and students. Every November, The History Teacher publishes the winning student papers from the Junior and Senior divisions of the National History Day Contest.

Millions of elementary and secondary school students have participated in NHD by conducting historical research on thoughtful annual themes and presenting their findings through papers, exhibits, performances, documentary films, and websites.

The annual competition culminates at the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest, held at the University of Maryland, College Park. Learn more at www.nhd.org.


Student Essays published in The History Teacher

Volume 49, No. 1: (November 2015)
The History Teacher
Volume 49, No. 1
November 2015

Volume 49, No. 1
November 2015
pp. 103-125

Socialism With a Human Face:
The Leadership and Legacy
of the Prague Spring

by Anna J. Stoneman
National History Day
Senior Division
2015

Volume 49, No. 1
November 2015
pp. 127-138

Margaret Sanger:
Demonstrating Leadership and Legacy
Through Her Crusade For
Women’s Reproductive Rights

by Caroline E. Katzive
National History Day
Junior Division
2015

Volume 48, No. 1: (November 2014)
The History Teacher
Volume 48, No. 1
November 2014

Volume 48, No. 1
November 2014
pp. 107-126

A Covert from the Tempest:
Responsibility, Love and Politics
in Britain’s Kindertransport

by Tasha Holtman
National History Day
Senior Division
2014

Volume 48, No. 1
November 2014
pp. 127-180

Henrietta Lacks and The HeLa Cell:
Rights of Patients and Responsibilities
of Medical Researchers

by Jessica L. Stump
National History Day
Junior Division
2014

Volume 47, No. 1: (November 2013)
The History Teacher
Volume 47, No. 1
November 2013

Volume 47, No. 1
November 2013
pp. 93-110

The Great Railroad Strike of 1877:
A Catalyst for the American
Labor Movement

by Jessica Piper
National History Day
Senior Division
2013

Volume 47, No. 1
November 2013
pp. 111-129

Pivotal Politics—The Marshall Plan:
A Turning Point in Foreign Aid and
the Struggle for Democracy

by Alexander D. Weissman
National History Day
Junior Division
2013

Volume 46, No. 1: (November 2012)
The History Teacher
Volume 46, No. 1
November 2012

Volume 46, No. 1
November 2012
pp. 97-126

Prelude to the American Revolution?
The War of Regulation:
A Revolutionary Reaction
for Reform

by Sarah Sadlier
National History Day
Senior Division
2012

Volume 46, No. 1
November 2012
pp. 127-147

All of Africa Will Be Free Before We Can Get a Lousy Cup of Coffee: The Impact of the 1943 Lunch Counter Sit-Ins on the Civil Rights Movement

by Aarushi H. Shah
National History Day
Junior Division
2012

Volume 45, No. 1: (November 2011)
The History Teacher
Volume 45, No. 1
November 2011

Volume 45, No. 1
November 2011
pp. 93-116

"Just Plain Murder":
Public Debate and Corporate Diplomacy
in Donora's Fight for Clean Air

by Gabe Schroeder
National History Day
Senior Division
2011

Volume 45, No. 1
November 2011
pp. 117-137

That Settles It:
The Debate and Consequences
of The Homestead Act of 1862

by Hannah L. Anderson
National History Day
Junior Division
2011

Volume 44, No. 1: (November 2010)
The History Teacher
Volume 44, No. 1
November 2010

Volume 44, No. 1
November 2010
pp. 95-125

Chemurgy: Using Science Innovatively to Save American Agriculture from Overproduction

by Palani Permeswaran
National History Day
Senior Division
2010

Volume 44, No. 1
November 2010
pp. 127-142

The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways: The Road to Success?

by Elisheva Blas
National History Day
Junior Division
2010

Volume 43, No. 1: (November 2009)
The History Teacher
Volume 43, No. 1
November 2009

Volume 43, No. 1
November 2009
pp. 105-119

Cholera and the Pump on Broad Street: The Life and Legacy of John Snow

by Laura Ball
National History Day
Senior Division
2009

Volume 43, No. 1
November 2009
pp. 121-139

Leader and Spokesman for a People in Exile: Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce

by Samvit Jain
National History Day
Junior Division
2009

Volume 42, No. 1: (November 2008)
The History Teacher
Volume 42, No. 1
November 2008

Volume 42, No. 1
November 2008
pp. 57-94

Egypt's War For Peace

by Ian Tuttle
National History Day
Senior Division
2008

Volume 42, No. 1
November 2008
pp. 95-111

The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps:
A Compromise to Overcome the Conflict of Women Serving in the Army

by Yashila Permeswaran
National History Day
Junior Division
2008

Volume 41, No. 1: (November 2007)
The History Teacher
Volume 41, No. 1
November 2007

Volume 41, No. 1
November 2007
pp. 65-95

Saving the Dust Bowl:
"Big Hugh" Bennett's
Triumph over Tragedy

by Rebecca Smith
National History Day
Senior Division
2007

Volume 41, No. 1
November 2007
pp. 97-122

The Triumph and Tragedies of
Japanese Women in America:
A View Across Four Generations

by Taylor Sakamoto
National History Day
Junior Division
2007

The History Teacher
Volume 40, No. 1
November 2006

Volume 40, No. 1
November 2006
pp. 81-110

From Emancipation to Equality:
Alexander Clark's Stand for
Civil Rights in Iowa

by Stephen J. Frese
National History Day
Senior Division
2006

Volume 40, No. 1
November 2006
pp. 111-123

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, A Modern Martyr:
Taking a Stand Against the
State Gone Mad

by Alex Rankin
National History Day
Junior Division
2006

The History Teacher
Volume 39, No. 1
November 2005

Volume 39, No. 1
November 2005
pp. 59-88

Divided by a Common Language:
The Babel Proclamation and its Influence in Iowa History

by Stephen J. Frese
National History Day
Senior Division
2005

Volume 39, No. 1
November 2005
pp. 89-106

The Great Communicator:
How FDR's Radio Speeches Shaped American History

by Lumeng (Jenny) Yu
National History Day
Junior Division
2005

The History Teacher
Volume 38, No. 1
November 2004

Volume 38, No. 1
November 2004
pp. 37-65

Comrade Khrushchev and Farmer
Garst: East-West Encounters
Foster Agricultural Exchange

by Stephen J. Frese
National History Day
Senior Division
2004

Volume 38, No. 1
November 2004
pp. 66-113

Fifty Years After Brown:
Tarnished Gold,
Broken Promises

by Julie Gantz
National History Day
Junior Division
2004

The History Teacher
Volume 37, No. 1
November 2003

Volume 37, No. 1
November 2003
pp. 89-98

Presidents, Congress, and the Use of Force: A Critique of Presidential Powers

by Jeremiah Kittredge
National History Day
Senior Division
2003

Volume 37, No. 1
November 2003
pp. 99-118

Aldo Leopold:
An American Prophet

by Stephen J. Frese
National History Day
Junior Division
2003

The History Teacher
Volume 36, No. 1
November 2002

Volume 36, No. 1
November 2002
pp. 91-115

General Christopher C. Andrews:
Leading the Minnesota Forestry Revolution

by Anna M. Rice
National History Day
Senior Division
2002

Volume 36, No. 1
November 2002
pp. 116-127

Rosalind Franklin:
Unsung Hero of the DNA
Revolution

by Sarah Rapoport
National History Day
Junior Division
2002

The History Teacher
Volume 35, No. 1
November 2001

Volume 35, No. 1
November 2001
pp. 81-88

Incubator Baby Shows:
A Medical and Social Frontier

by Hannah Lieberman
National History Day
Senior Division
2001

Volume 35, No. 1
November 2001
pp. 89-102

A Lasting Impression: French
Painters Revolutionize the Art World

by Lindsay Snider
National History Day
Junior Division
2001

The History Teacher
Volume 34, No. 1
November 2000

Volume 34, No. 1
November 2000
pp. 95-118

The Battle of Okinawa, 1945:
Final Turning Point in the Pacific

by Megan Tzeng
National History Day
Senior Division
2000

Volume 34, No. 1
November 2000
pp. 76-94

The Haitian Revolution
and the Forging of America

by Jim Thomson
National History Day
Junior Division
2000

The History Teacher
Volume 32, No. 1
November 1998

Volume 32, No. 1
November 1998
pp. 90-117

Women Vietnamese Refugees
in the United States: Maintaining
Balance between Two Cultures

by Katherine Marino
National History Day
Senior Division
1998

Volume 32, No. 1
November 1998
pp. 117-131

The Migration of Smallpox
and Its Indelible Footprint
on Latin American History

by Mark Thomson
National History Day
Junior Division
1998


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