More than the Sum of Its Parts
Rethinking the History Curriculum
Reimagining the history curriculum, rather than merely clearing away “dead” courses and updating descriptions of “living” ones, requires significant collective endeavor across fields and periods of specialization. But as this section of “Textbooks and Teaching” suggests, the endeavor can pay rich dividends for departmental culture as well as student learning.
In this installment
- “More than the Sum of Its Parts:” Rethinking the History Curriculum, by
- Structuring the Past: Thinking about the History Curriculum, by
- Rethinking a Curricular “Muddle in the Middle”: Revising the Undergraduate History Major at Western Michigan University by
- Toward a Coherent Curriculum: Teaching and Learning History at Alverno, by