History Interrupted

About This Issue

The June 2020 issue of The American Historian features an article on having students choose primary sources to best document life in the time of COVID-19 and an essay on the importance of supporting Non-Tenure Track faculty during this precarious time. The issue also includes two teaching articles, one on teaching part of the civil rights movement by using a case-study of a voter registration campaign that took place in Lowndes County, Alabama, and the other on using primary sources available from the Library of Congress to teach survey courses. Finally, the issue includes an essay on how to apply for jobs at teaching-intensive institutions, a statement by OAH president George Sanchez on racial injustice in the United States, and an article on the cancellation of the 2020 OAH annual meeting.

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