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The feedback loop : historians talk about the links between research and teaching

Author: Antoinette M Burton; American Historical Association,
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Historical Association, [2013]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Antoinette M Burton; American Historical Association,
ISBN: 9780872292031 0872292037
OCLC Number: 844073870
Description: vi, 95 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction : the feedback loop : fact and friction / Antoinette M. Burton --
Teaching as research/research as teaching / Teofilo F. Ruiz --
Of doubt / Steve Johnstone --
The Shakespeare teacher : Shakespeare's Globe and the prisoner's world / Carol Symes --
Global india and the divergent temporalities of South Asia / Shefali Chandra --
Teaching our process : how research shapes my teaching / Laura E. Nym Mayhall --
Doing "our own work" as undergraduate teachers / Mary Jo Maynes and Ann Waltner --
The list : what students should know about federally funded historical research / Bianca Premo --
Teaching in the archive : what the professor learned / Kathi Kern --
"Spare the messenger" : envisioning a future for teacher-historians / John Ramsbottom --
Black feminisms and the history of slavery / Jennifer L. Morgan --
Pedagogical crossroads : on teaching and conducting research in Asian American history / Catherine Ceniza Choy --
The African diaspora and the political imagination / Lisa A. Lindsay --
Bringing communication back in : rethinking the teaching-research-service distinction / Jeffrey Wasserstrom.
Responsibility: edited by Antoinette M. Burton ; with essays by Antoinette M. Burton, Teofilo F. Ruiz, Steve Johnstone, Carol Symes, Shefali Chandra, Laura E. Nym Mayhall, Mary Jo Maynes and Ann Waltner, Bianca Premo, Kathi Kern, John Ramsbottom, Jennifer L. Morgan, Catherine Ceniza Choy, Lisa A. Lindsay, and Jeffrey Wasserstrom.

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