Child labor Lesson Plan

December 18, 2018 | Comments Off on Child labor Lesson Plan

child labor in mines lesson plan

Controversal topic

December 11, 2018 | Comments Off on Controversal topic

Dominique Mathura Armenian Genocide “The attempt to justify and rationalize the death of a whole nation, including women, children, the old and infirm, must itself be considered a crime against humanity.” ― Taner Akçam, A Shameful Act: The Armenian Genocide and the Question of Turkish Responsibility Does the death of one million people bother you? […]

A Response to Moshik Temkin’s “Historians Shouldn’t Be Pundits”

November 15, 2018 | Comments Off on A Response to Moshik Temkin’s “Historians Shouldn’t Be Pundits”

Dominique Mathura A Response to Moshik Temkin’s “Historians Shouldn’t Be Pundits” Moshik Temkin’s thesis in his op-ed is that when historians become pundits, they tend to use analogies that are meaningless and dangerous. Temkin discusses several analogies between President Trump and previous leaders, such as Huey Long, Richard Nixon, Hitler, and others, in order to […]

A Review of James Loewen’s

November 5, 2018 | Comments Off on A Review of James Loewen’s

Dominique Mathura Professor Antonova Hist 799 10/31/18 A Review of James Loewen’s Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong James Loewen’s book contains 95 numbered and titled essays arranged in the following sections: “The Far West” (essays 1-11), “Mountains and Plains States” (essays 12-19), “The Great Plains” (essays 20-24), “The Midwest” (essays 25-35), […]

Meta-Review of the Rachel Fulton Brown Controversy

October 23, 2018 | Comments Off on Meta-Review of the Rachel Fulton Brown Controversy

Dominique Mathura Professor Antonova Hist -799 10/17/18 Meta-Review of the Rachel Fulton Brown Controversy On June 5, 2015, Professor Rachel Fulton Brown posted a short blog of three points defending white men as supporting chivalry, marriage, and feminism. The blog post ignited a war of words between conservatives like Brown and progressives like Professor Dorothy […]

Response to Cormac Shine

October 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Response to Cormac Shine

Dominique Mathura Professor:Antonova History 799 10/03/2018 Response to Cormac Shine In a January 2018 online article, Cormac Shine argues convincingly that historians must be much more involved in the national dialog because they have a valuable perspective to offer of “change over time,” as he puts it. There is no doubt in my mind about […]

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