The Harvey Goldberg Series for Understanding and Teaching History
John Day Tully, Matthew Masur, and Brad Austin, Series Editors
Advisory Board: Kevin Boyle, Ross Dunn, Leon Fink, Kimberly Ibach, Alfred W. McCoy, David J. Staley, Maggie Tran, Sam Wineburg, and Leslie Alexander
The Harvey Goldberg Series gives college and secondary history instructors a deeper understanding of the past as well as the tools to help them teach it creatively and effectively. Each volume focuses on a specific historical topic and offers a wealth of content and resources, providing concrete examples of how teachers can approach the subject in the classroom.
Named for Harvey Goldberg, a professor renowned for his history teaching at Oberlin College, Ohio State University, and the University of Wisconsin from the 1960s to the 1980s, the series reflects Goldberg’s commitment to helping students think critically about the past with the goal of creating a better future.
If you have ideas for a volume, or would like to be considered as an editor for a volume in the series, please contact the series editors at HarveyGoldbergSeries@gmail.com and UW Press Executive Editor Gwen Walker.
See also the website for The Harvey Goldberg Series.
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Understanding and Teaching the Cold War
Edited by Matthew Masur
“A superb collection of authoritative, imaginative, and even provocative essays on teaching the history of the Cold War, effectively merging historiography, methodology, and innovative use of primary documents.”
—Jeremi Suri, author of Henry Kissinger and the American Century
Paper $39.95 a
Understanding and Teaching the Age of Revolutions
Edited by Ben Marsh and Mike Rapport
“This insightful, timely, and genuinely useful volume surveys the latest scholarship, suggests provocative ways to think through the subject, and offers helpful resources for teachers at both secondary schools and universities. I learned something from every chapter.”
—Andrew M. Schocket, author of Fighting over the Founders: How We Remember the American Revolution
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