Great Men and Men Who Think They Are Great: The Challenges of Teaching Foreign Policy History during the Trump Presidency
Teaching in Climes of Unrest: BLM, Slavery and the Intellectual Underpinnings of Student Protest at Oberlin
Tipping Point

Tipping Point

The Persistent Propaganda of History
The JER Announces the 2017 Ralph D. Gray Prize for Best Original Article
Survey Strife: Transparent Pedagogy as a Multiracial Woman in the Classroom
JER Social Media Rollout
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Semi-formal headshot of Mark Boonshoft with a smile on his face.
William Blake, “Flagellation of a Female Samboe Slave,” 1795 in John Gabriel Stedman’s The Narrative of a Five Years Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam.
“What does the imperdent nigger mean, my love.” Edward Clay, “Life in Philadelphia”: A Dead Cut, published by S. Hart, 1829. Courtesy, American Antiquarian Society.
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.