The History Teacher
Volume 47, No. 4
Front Matter | Back Matter
THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Looking for History in "Boring" Places: Suburban Communities and American Life
by Michael P. Marino
Revolutionary Times Revisited: Students' Interpretations of the City College of New York Student Protest and Takeover of 1969
by William C. Gibbons, Adrienne Petty, and Sydney C. Van Nort
Teaching Muslim Women's History between Timelessness and Change: 18 Parts of Desire
by Lisa Pollard
A Content Means to a Critical Thinking End: Group Quizzing in History Surveys
by Peter Burkholder
Teaching Historical Theory through Video Games
by A. Martin Wainwright
Full Reviews Section
Brotton, Jerry. A History of the World in 12 Maps
by Vincent J. Del Casino Jr.
Cameron, Averil. Byzantine Matters
by Alfred J. Andrea
Dower, John. Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering: Japan in the Modern World
by Patrick Flanagan
Echeverría, Darius V. Aztlán Arizona: Mexican American Educational Empowerment, 1968-1978
by Marisol Moreno
Erekson, Keith, ed. Politics and the Classroom: The Struggle over Standards in Texas and the Nation
by Casey Jakubowski
Fisher, Michael H. Migration: A World History
by Patrick Manning
Hanhimäki, Jussi M. The Rise and Fall of Détente: American Foreign Policy and the Transformation of the Cold War
by T. Michael Ruddy
Jones, Jacqueline. A Dreadful Deceit: The Myth of Race from the Colonial Era to Obama's America
by Dale Moler
Joseph, Gilbert M. and Jürgen Buchenau. Mexico's Once and Future Revolution: Social Upheaval and the Challenge of Rule since the Late
by Daniel Lewis
Lunardini, Christine. Alice Paul: Equality for Women
by Naomi Rendina
Oakes, James. Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861-1865
by Lawrence B. Goodheart
Winch, Julie. Between Slavery and Freedom: Free People of Color in America from Settlement to the Civil War
by Jane E. Dabel
Index to Volume 47
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Peter Burkholder is an Associate Professor of History at Fairleigh Dickinson University (Madison, New Jersey), where is also Founding Chair of the Faculty Teaching Development Committee. He is the recipient of numerous pedagogical grants and recognitions, the most recent being the Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching at Fairleigh Dickinson in 2013.
William Gibbons is an Assistant Professor and Chief Librarian in the Reference Division at the City College of New York (CUNY). He is the author of several peer-reviewed articles on sports, hip-hop culture, and African American history. He is currently researching the segregated era of professional basketball in the first half of the twentieth century for an upcoming biography on Nat Holman.
Michael P. Marino is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the College of New Jersey. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and teaches social studies education and modern European history.
Adrienne Petty is Assistant Professor of History at the City College of New York (CUNY). Petty's book, Standing Their Ground: Small Farmers in North Carolina since the Civil War, was published in 2013 by Oxford University Press. Along with historian Mark Schultz, Petty received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for Breaking New Ground: A History of African American Farm Owners after the Civil War.
Lisa Pollard teaches at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington as a faculty member for both History and Women's Studies. She is author of Nurturing the Nation: The Family Politics of Modernizing, Colonizing, and Liberating Egypt, 1805-1923 (2005) and co-editor of Families of a New World: Gender, Politics, and State-Building in Global Perspective (2003). Pollard teaches a variety of courses on the history of the Middle East and Islam and is co-coordinator of UNCW's minor in Middle East Studies.
Sydney C. Van Nort has been the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian at the City College of New York (CUNY) since 2000. She has collaborated on seventeen exhibitions presented by the City College Libraries. She has authored or co-authored three articles and her entry on library security appears in The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. She authored The City College of New York, published in 2007 by Arcadia Publishing.
A. Martin Wainwright is Chair of the History Department at The University of Akron and author of Inheritance of Empire: Britain, India, and the Balance of Power in Asia, 1938-1955 (1994) and "The Better Class" of Indians: Social Rank, Imperial Identity, and South Asians in Britain, 1858-1914 (2008). In addition to teaching subjects in British and Indian history, imperialism, and world history, he teaches a course on the presentation of historical themes in video games.