I'm teaching a graduate seminar this fall on Late 19th Century America. Figured you might all want to read along, so long as you can keep up with the workload.
Here are the midterms I gave to my students this week. Let's see how you do: U.S. Civil War (we are in late 1863) Answer 1 of the following 2.
Get in a conversation with any group of professors and the topic of teaching evaluations will come up. Specifically, what will come up is that teaching evaluations serve as an.
I routinely ban laptops in the classroom because the majority of the students aren't going to pay attention to the lecture if they have the option to upload photos to.
On November 25, Steven Pearlstein made an argument that is guaranteed to get one's op-ed accepted in a major newspapers: attacking professors. Basically, he looked at 4 reasons he thinks.
Henry Farrell is speaking some truth here about the textbook scam. I teach international relations at a university where political science is the most popular major. As well as teaching.
After a long hiatus to finish the two books, I have begun updating my historical image blog again. I just put up a set of images on immigration. I like.
This spring, I am teaching Recent American History in Film. I have taught this before as a summer course, but those courses are unusual beasts without a lot of relevance.