Archive for: Teaching the New Economic History

Ed Pompeian decenters U.S. History 101 by embedding the early republic in the context of hemispheric economies.
Rachel Tamar Van makes capitalism visible to students whose lives are deeply embedded in it.
John Lauritz Larson discusses teaching how capitalism crept into American life in the nineteenth century.

On Cat’s Paws: Teaching the Emergence of Capitalism in American History

As The Pano relaunches with a brand new site, it seems appropriate to spotlight the very first post published way back in 2017 by John Lauritz Larson.