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The Jemima Code: An Interview with Toni Tipton-Martin

Eight Tips for Flipping Your American History Classroom

Controversial Korean War Memorial Refurbished and Reinstalled

University of Virginia Hires Post-doc to Research School's Legacy of Slavery

The Manhattan Project

Return to the Planet of the Apes

Using Classroom Technology and Digital Resources in the U.S. History Classroom

The History of the Super Bowl

Crowdsourcing Digital Public History

The Last Lecture: Something I Said Last Time You Thought Was Important

Digital Classroom Resources: The History of Religion in the United States

Unbroken and World War II Memory

The Art of Listening in the Question-Driven U.S. History Course

A Conversation with Ben Wright and Joseph Locke, Editors of The American Yawp

A Conversation with Anne M. Derousie

Thoughts on Flipped Teaching and Economically Diverse Student Populations

Reflections from a Community College Historian

Teaching Teachers to Globalize the U.S. History Survey Course: An Interview with Craig Perrier

Visual Historiography: Toward an Object-Oriented Hermeneutics

Journey through the Past: In the History Classroom with Neil Young

Jackie Robinson Day and the Decline of Black Baseball

A Cold War Family Drama: A Review of Season Three of The Americans

You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat: Jaws and the Summer Movie Season

Producing Ethically Engaged Students: Using the Classroom to Teach Social Activism

Using Technology to Encourage Students’ Engagement with History

Teaching Native American History in a Polarized Age

From a Scottish Tartan to Two Oily Hands: Students Reveal Historical Narratives in Familiar Artifacts

JAH podcast with Michael Honey, author of Sharecroppers Troubadour: John L. Handcox, the Southern Tenant Farmers Union, and the African American Song Tradition

March Went Mad Gradually and Inadvertently

The Challenges of Learning History: What Students and SOTL Tell Us

Twitter and the Historical Profession