CLARKE Liz Atlantic Slave Trade

Liz Clarke Foto: NewHouseSports / BLAUFAB, Rafe; CLARKE, Liz. Inhuman Traffick: The International Struggle against the Atlantic Slave Trade: A Graphic History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. 198p. Resenha de: CRUBAUGH, Anthony. Teaching History – A Journal of Methods, v.45, n.2, p.52-55, 2020. Fueled by the success of Trevor Getz’s award-winning Abina and the Important…

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BLIGHT, David W.; DOWNS, Jim. eds. Beyond Freedom: Disrupting the History of Emancipation. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 2017. 190p. Resenha de: GIFFORD, Ron. Teaching History – A Journal of Methods, v.45, n.2, p.57-60, 2020. Students of Emancipation need no better reason to pick up Beyond Freedom than it emerged from a 2011…

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DUMENIL, Lynn. The Second Line of Defense: American Women and World War I. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2017. 360p. Resenha de: SCREWS, Raymond D. Teaching History – A Journal of Methods, v.45, n.2, p.60-62, 2020. When considering American women’s role during a large twentieth century war, many do not think of…

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TAKEI, George et al. They Called Us Enemy. Marietta, GA: Top Shelf Productions, 2019. 205p. Resenha de: HUGHES, Richard. Teaching History – A Journal of Methods, v.45, n.2, p.62-65, 2020. In 1946, Miné Okubo, a Japanese American from California who spent much of World War II in the Topaz Relocation Center, an internment camp in…

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WINEBURG, Sam. Why Learn History (When It’s Already on Your Phone). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 2018. 241p. Resenha de: FISCHER, Fritz. Teaching History – A Journal of Methods, v.45, n.2, p.50-52, 2020. In discussing the role of his most recent project in history education, Sam Wineburg insists “nor can I say as we…

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