Teaching U.S. History in the World

Zach Fredman, Julia Bowes, Jennifer Frost, Paul M. Taillon, Gerardo Gurza-Lavalle, Fernando Purcell, Ronny Regev

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Abstract

This is the second in a two-part Q&A series that explores the particular challenges and unique opportunities that historians face while researching, writing, and teaching American history outside the United States. To evaluate the diverse dynamics of teaching U.S. history beyond Europe, which was the focus of the previous Q&A, Sarah B. Snyder posed a series of questions to Julia Bowes (Australia), Zach Fredman (China), Jennifer Frost and Paul M. Taillon (New Zealand), Gerardo Gurza-Lavalle (Mexico), Fernando Purcell (Chile), and Ronny Regev (Israel).

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)114-126
Number of pages13
JournalModern American History
Volume7
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 26 Mar 2024

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