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Re: What are the best pedagogical, most important, non-western primary sources to teach.

Thank you again for your replies on this thread. Kaveh Hemmat thank you for your suggestions. I will look into the ones that I don't know as well as I should.

Although I strongly disagree with Jonathan Burack that these 50 would make an appropriate list for world history - without many other documents as some have listed, such as the Muqaddimah. I actually have no problem having these documents as long as they are part of a longer list.

2018 NEH Summer Institute: Global Histories of Disability

We are excited to announce “Global Histories of Disability.” This four-week NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers will take place at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. from June 18 to July 13, 2018. The Institute will host twenty-five scholars from different disciplines and at different stages in their careers, including up to three advanced graduate students and at least five non-tenure track faculty, who share a strong interest in the history of disability. Each participant will receive a $3,300 stipend to help defray travel and living expenses.

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