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America on the world stage : a global approach to U.S. history

Author: Gary W Reichard; Ted Dickson; Organization of American Historians.
Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reframes the teaching of American history in a global context. This title includes essays where each covers a specific chronological period and approaches fundamental topics and events in United  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary W Reichard; Ted Dickson; Organization of American Historians.
ISBN: 9780252033452 0252033450 9780252075520 0252075528
OCLC Number: 187417703
Notes: "Organization of American Historians."
Description: xxv, 322 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : the revolt against enclosure : U.S. history opens out to the world / Thomas Bender --
America, the Atlantic, and global consumer demand, 1500-1800 / Carole Shammas --
Imagining a world without tea and sugar : teaching strategies for America, the Atlantic, and global consumer demand, 1500-1800 / Jonathan Chu --
The Declaration of Independence in world context / David Armitage --
Strategies for teaching the Declaration of Independence in a global context / Ted Dickson --
Origins of American slavery / Philip D. Morgan --
Reflections on "Origins of American slavery" / Gloria Sesso --
Nineteenth-century religion in world context / Mark A. Noll --
Teaching nineteenth-century American religion in a global context / J.D. Bowers --
Returning the West to the world / Stephen Aron --
Strategies for teaching the American West in a global context / Omar Valerio-Jimenez --
Driven to the city : urbanization and industrialization in the nineteenth century / Stuart M. Blumin --
American industrialization, 1870-1920 : teaching from local, national, and international perspectives / Betty A. Dessants --
The American Civil War, emancipation, and reconstruction on the world stage / Edward L. Ayers --
Teaching the Civil War from a global perspective / Ted Dickson --
Worlds of reform / Daniel T. Rodgers --
Teaching American reform in a world context / Kathleen Dalton --
Crossing national borders : locating the United States in migration history / Suzanne M. Sinke --
Strategies for teaching the history of migration to the United States in a global context / Louisa Bond Moffitt and Ted Dickson --
The Civil Rights Movement in world perspective / Kevin Gaines --
The Civil Rights Movement and the Cold War culture in perspective / Pingchau Zhu --
Race and citizenship / Patrick Wolfe --
Teaching citizenship and race / Orville Vernon Burton --
Globalizing popular culture in the "American century" and beyond / Penny M. Von Eschen --
Teaching the globalization of American popular culture in the twentieth century / Lawrence Charap --
From Rosie the Riveter to the global assembly line : American women on the world stage / Leila J. Rupp --
American women in a global context / Brenda Santos --
Cold War and global hegemony, 1945-1991 / Melvyn P. Leffler --
Teaching the Cold War / Frederick W. Jordan.
Responsibility: edited by Gary Reichard and Ted Dickson.

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