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  • An Epic Drama Unfolding: An Emerging Genre of Current History We are living in the Anthropocene era in which humans are the principal drivers shaping global events. Interconnections, interdependence and the unpredictability of their consequences ...

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    Teaching with primary documents (and jettisoning the text entirely) presents certain challenges, but one can easily overcome these challenges. Congratulations on taking on this challenge! In my experiences, students prefer close reading of ...

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    I am an ATA-certified Russian to English translator and have worked in the translation business for 30 years both for a government agency and as an independent contractor. Although there is a lot of work out there and, by all accounts, the need for translation ...

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    Hi, Tamara, ​I think many times regional meetings with journals welcome graduate student publications. And, there are field appropriate journals that specialize in a combination of graduate student and junior faculty submissions, such as Comitatus ...

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    Good for you, Michele, for being brave to try a new approach. And good for your students. It's becoming clear, mostly from research in science education, but history SoTL backs this up, too, that traditional classroom pedagogies unintentionally operate ...

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