The History Teacher
Volume 54, No. 1
Front Matter | Back Matter
THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Evaluating the "Professionalizing History Majors" Course: Historical Knowledge and Co-Curricular Activities
by Daniel S. Murphree
In Search of the Right Words: A History Teacher's Exploration of College Students' Epistemic Beliefs about History
by Lucia Antonelli-Carter
History by the Numbers: A Quantitative Approach to Teaching the Importance of Conflicting Evidence
by Peter Burkholder
NOTES AND COMMENTS
How Do History Majors Fare in the Job Market?
by H. Robert Baker and Gregory B. Lewis
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 2020 PRIZE ESSAYS
by Jane Dabel, The History Teacher
Too Strong For a Woman: How Bernice Sandler Created Title IX to Break Barriers for Female Faculty in Higher Education
by Natalie Miller, Senior Division
The Fifth Circuit Four: The Unheralded Judges Who Helped to Break Legal Barriers in the Deep South
by Max Grinstein, Junior Division
Full Reviews Section
Austin, Brad and Pamela Grundy, eds. Teaching U.S. History through Sports
by Ashley Brown
Balto, Simon. Occupied Territory: Policing Black Chicago from Red Summer to Black Power
by Sarah E. Doherty
Getz, Trevor R. A Primer for Teaching African History: Ten Design Principles
by Jonathan T. Reynolds
Guelzo, Allen C. Reconstruction: A Concise History
by Bradley R. Clampitt
Levin, Kevin M. Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War's Most Persistent Myth
by Stanley Harrold
Rembis, Michael, Catherine J. Kudlick, and Kim E. Nielsen, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Disability History
by David Neumann
Townsend, Robert B. History's Babel: Scholarship, Professionalization, and the Historical Enterprise in the United States, 1880-1940
by James P. Cousins
Wineburg, Sam. Why Learn History (When It’s Already on Your Phone)
by Jeffery D. Nokes
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7 Contributors to The History Teacher
194 The History of The History Teacher
197 Questionnaire for Potential Reviewers
198 Membership/Subscription Information
200 Submission Guidelines for The History Teacher
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8 Society for History Education: The Richard and Louise Wilde Award
38 Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center: Indian Ocean in World History
68 Association for Asian Studies: Attend an AAS Conference
154 Society for History Education: Celebrating 50 Years
180 American Historical Association: New AHA Booklet
Lucia Antonelli-Carter is originally from Bologna, Italy. She received an advanced degree in Modern European History from the University of Bologna in 1998. She is an Associate Professor of History at Mars Hill University, where she teaches European and world history courses. Her current research interest reflects on the ways in which historical consciousness and historical thinking prepare college graduates to face with confidence the challenges and opportunities of the current political and economic environment.
H. Robert Baker holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History at Georgia State University, and a Chancellor's Learning Scholar.
Peter Burkholder is a Professor of History at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is on the editorial board of The Teaching Professor, is a consulting editor for College Teaching, and serves on the advisory boards of the Society for History Education and the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History. His article on content and critical thinking, published in The History Teacher in 2014, won the American Historical Association's 2015 Gilbert Award for the best article on teaching history.
Max Grinstein is a student of Belmont Home School in Houston, Texas. He won first place in the Junior Paper division at the 2020 National History Day contest for his essay, "The Fifth Circuit Four: The Unheralded Judges Who Helped to Break Legal Barriers in the Deep South."
Gregory B. Lewis holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Syracuse University. He is a Professor and Chair of Public Policy in the Department of Public Management and Policy in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
Natalie Miller is a student at East High School in Duluth, Minnesota. Her paper, "Too Strong For a Woman: How Bernice Sandler Created Title IX to Break Barriers for Female Faculty in Higher Education," won first place in the Senior Paper division at the 2020 National History Day contest.
Daniel S. Murphree received his Ph.D. from Florida State University and currently is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Central Florida. A proponent of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), his research focuses on how to improve undergraduate history instruction and has been published in venues such as Perspectives on History, Teaching History, and The Journal of American History.