ERIC Number: ED313273
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985
Reference Count: N/A
Teaching History Today.
Bausum, Henry S., Ed.
The 14 articles included in this collection touch on several aspects of the teaching of history. The articles are: (1) "Observations on University Teaching and Research" (N. Graebner); (2) "Teaching History: A Changing Clientele and an Affirmation of Goals" (E. Burns); (3) "History for Citizens" (W. McNeill); (4) "Reflections on the History of Western Civilization: An Unblushing Apology, or Perhaps a Love Letter" (E. Edson); (5) "The Social Function of History" (H. Bausum); (6) "From History to Social Studies: (L. Stephens); (7) "Film Study and the History Classroom" (J. O'Connor); (8) "Using Primary Sources in Teaching Social History" (P. Ebrey); (9) "To Begin With... Exercises in Historiography" (J. Klein); (10) "Doing Oral History: The Yountville Project" (J. Barnhart); (11)"New Perspectives on Using the Library in History Teaching" (E. Reitan); (12) "Teaching Women's History" (G. Lerner); (13) "Problems of Definition in Environmental History" (T. Tate); and (14) "Illusions" (M. Marty). The selections are followed by notes on the contributors and an appendix that lists all of the "Teaching History Today" columns published between September 1974 and May 1984. (CT)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education, Film Study, Historiography, History, History Instruction, Library Role, Oral History, Postsecondary Education, Primary Sources, Social Studies, Womens History
American Historical Association, 400 A Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003 ($6.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: American Historical Association, Washington, DC.