U.S. History Scene

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Humanities Education in the Digital Age For Immediate Release U.S. History Scene (co-founded by Assistant Prof. Rhae Lynn Barnes, History) is a founding partner and digital architect of the National Humanities Center’s groundbreaking “Humanities in the Class Digital Library.” This Open Education Resources (OER) platform brings together world-renowned humanities institutions to provide cutting-edge digital learning… MORE

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Historical Overview During the 1920s, African American jazz musicians, authors, photographers, and visual artists flocked to Harlem to pursue their artistic endeavors. France offered African Americas an environment where artists could focus less on their physical safety and more on their life’s work. Below is a collection of pieces created by artists of the transnational… MORE

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ON THE NINES EDITORIAL BOARD 2019 is a year of deep uncertainty as we face unique challenges, threats, and opportunities. New technologies are changing the ways we communicate and connect, how we live and work, and the balance of power and wealth. New movements on the political left and right point to different futures we… MORE

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Nineteenth Century Historiography Formatted and Digitized by Marisa Johnson quick navigation menu: The Frontier: Primary Sources Imperial Ambitions: Primary Sources Native American History and Relations: Early Republic – Gender and Sexuality – Pedagogy – Primary Sources Transnationalisms: The Atlantic Slave Trade and the African Diaspora – Transnational Theory The Early Republic: Background and Legacies of the Revolution – Politics and Law – Culture – Gender – Gender Theory… MORE

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