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Volume 1 • Number 1

November 2003



An Emerging Consensus in World History
by William McNeill
Navigating World History: A Synopsis
by Patrick Manning
"I'm Here Alive": History, Testimony, and the Japanese Controversy over "Comfort Women"
by Yoshiko Nozaki
History or Hysteria: Teaching and Evaluating Discussion
by Jack Betterly
The Demography of World History in the U.S.
by Ane Lintvedt


Visual Literacy: Letting Our Students See the Past for Themselves
by Wendy Eagan
Paper Trails: Exploring World History through Documents and Images
by Marc Jason Gilbert
World History Makeover: The French Revolution
by Deborah Smith Johnston
On my Desk: Centennia
by Tom Laichas

Recent books in World History and Pedagogy

Diane Ravitch, The Language Police:  How Pressure Groups Restrict What Students Learn
by Gordon R. Mork

Classic World History Texts

Daniel R. Headrick, The Tentacles of Progress: Technology Transfer in the Age of Imperialism, 1850-1940
by Ryba Epstein

Film Reviews

Saaraba, directed by Amadou Saalum Seck
by Steven Goldberg



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