The History Teacher
Volume 56, No. 2
Front Matter | Back Matter
THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Personal and Living History Exhibits
"I Realized History Isn't Some Old, Intangible Concept": Lessons from an Asian American
History Pop-Up Museum
by Jean-Paul R. Contreras deGuzman
My Historical Backpack
by Henric Bagerius, Izabela A. Dahl, and Jimmy Engren
Clio to the Rescue: In Search of the Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute's War Dead
by David Ross Alexander
The Efficacy of Living History in an Educational Setting
by Darrin Cox and Simon Bauer-Leffler
Full Reviews Section
Bsheer, Rosie. Archive Wars: The Politics of History in Saudi Arabia
by Nadav Samin
Buckland, Michael K. with Masaya Takayama. Ideology and Libraries: California, Diplomacy, and Occupied Japan, 1945-1952
by Ann Marie L. Davis
Cullen, Jim. From Memory to History: Television Versions of the Twentieth Century
by Heather L. Gumbert
Hadley, Dawn M. and Julian D. Richards. The Viking Great Army and the Making of England
by Oren Falk
Hubbell, Amy L. Hoarding Memory: Covering the Wounds of the Algerian War
by Beatrice Ivey
Kilcrease, Bethany. Falsehood and Fallacy: How to Think, Read, and Write in the Twenty-First Century
by Erin N. Bush
Miller, Char. West Side Rising: How San Antonio's 1921 Flood Devastated a City and Sparked a Latino Environmental Justice Movement
by Amy M. Hay
Vieth, Jane Karoline. Tempting All the Gods: Joseph P. Kennedy, Ambassador to Great Britain, 1938-1940
by David Nasaw
IN EVERY ISSUE
174 Contributors to The History Teacher
304 The History of The History Teacher
305 Questionnaire for Potential Reviewers
306 Membership/Subscription Information
308 Submission Guidelines for The History Teacher
ADVERTISERS IN THIS ISSUE
176 Society for History Education: William & Edwyna Gilbert Award
232 Society for History Education: Eugene Asher Teaching Award
266 Society for History Education: Endless Possibilities
290 Association for Asian Studies: Asia Shorts
David Ross Alexander taught history and geography at the Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute for thirty-two years before the school was closed in 2016. Alexander subsequently completed a Master of Arts in History from the University of Waterloo, graduating in 2018. Both Alexander and his colleague Ryan McManaman were co-recipients of the Canadian Governor General's History Award for Excellence in in Teaching in 2014.
Henric Bagerius is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in History and the Director of Studies at the Centre for Academic Development at the Örebro University in Sweden. He has published articles and books on royal sexuality in late medieval Europe, dress reform in nineteenth-century Scandinavia, and conversion narratives in Swedish nudist journals from the 1930s and 1940s. Bagerius was the recipient of the Örebro Student Union's Excellent Teacher Award in 2016.
Simon Bauer-Leffler serves as a data analyst for the Oregon Department of Human Services. Previously, he was the research coordinator for Oregon State Hospital. Before joining the hospital, he coordinated research efforts between Arizona State University and Starbucks Corporation to support their college achievement plan program. Bauer-Leffler has twelve years of professional research experience in various topics, ranging from community corrections to dental-health knowledge. He specializes in survey research methodology and quantitative analysis.
Darrin Cox, Professor of History at West Liberty University and longtime Viking reenactor who earned his doctorate from Purdue University, is the leader of the Viking Living History Project. He has previously published on the use of living history as early field experience for pre-service teachers and on late medieval noble masculinity's relationship to violence. As faculty
adviser to WLU's History Club, Cox suggested a foray into living history as a club activity, which ultimately spawned the Viking Living History Project.
Izabela A. Dahl is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in History at the Örebro University
in Sweden and was a Visiting Professor at the Bielefeld University in Germany for the 2021-2022 academic year. Her main research interests concern modern and contemporary European history, with analysis addressing social power structures and social categorizations that pre-condition cultural and social contexts.
Jean-Paul R. Contreras deGuzman (Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles) is a History Teacher at Windward School, where he co-directs the College Division Seminar Program and mentors the Asian American Pacific Islander student affinity groups. He is also a Lecturer in the Department of Asian American Studies and the Race and Indigeneity Cluster at UCLA, where he earned the university-wide Distinguished Teaching Award. His writing appears in Amerasia Journal, California History, Journal of Urban History, Southern California Quarterly, Journal of Asian American Studies, and various anthologies in ethnic, urban, and religious studies.
Jimmy Engren is a Senior Lecturer in History at the Örebro University in Sweden. He is currently head of the Division of the Humanities and the university's representative on the board of Arkivcentrum Örebro län. His research primarily addresses North American and European migration and labor history during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He has also published on history didactics.