Category Archives: APUSH

Things Are All Upside Down

Earlier this year, at a potluck dinner, a new acquaintance learned I was a history teacher and did that thing many do – told a story about themselves. Her story was a familiar one: about how “crazy left-wing” her high … Continue reading

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Oddly Aligned

The Sunday Review regularly produces a reliable number of history-related articles. Without trivializing the current importance of the stories, there are some great AP US History and AP World History connections in Isabel Wilkerson¬†and Neil MacFarquar‘s stories this week (note: … Continue reading

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Du Bois Fought Back

Ta-Nehisi Coates brought this article on W.E. Du Bois’s Black Reconstruction from the African American Intellectual History Society to my attention via Twitter. I wrote about the current “debate” awhile ago, but Guy Emerson Mount ¬†provides a crucial reminder of … Continue reading

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