Teaching German and Global History with Digital Sources: Examples from Practice
Planned in conjunction with the launch of the German History Intersections project, this GHI-sponsored Zoom roundtable will feature case studies highlighting the use of digital sources (textual, visual, or audiovisual) in teaching German and global history at universities and secondary schools. The case studies will draw attention to a variety of digital collections and projects from a range of institutions.
Speakers will include:
Elizabeth Drummond (Loyola Marymount University),
Dane Kennedy (George Washington University),
Simone Lässig (German Historical Institute),
Harold Marcuse (University of California, Santa Barbara),
Katharina Matro (Stoneridge School of the Sacred Heart),
Heather Perry (University of North Carolina, Charlotte), and
Swen Steinberg (Queen's University, Canada)
If you are interested in joining the roundtable, please contact Kelly McCullough [link] for information about how to join the virtual session.
German Historical Institute