An interesting development regarding the elimination of meaningful historical studies in New York. Recently, there have been some movements to fabricate/align history toward particular ideological lines in the United States as we saw in Texas and Colorado. The recent vote by the New York State Board of Regents to "de-emphasize the study of history in the state curriculum" seems to be another move in the wrong direction.
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One of the themes for the 2015 World History Association annual meeting is “Revolutions, Rebellions and Revolts in World History.” The conference is 30 June-2 July in Savannah, GA. I would like to set up a roundtable panel on lived history. I lived through the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and subsequent counter-revolution and coup, and I would like to share my experiences both as a citizen of Cairo and a historian. I am looking for another historian who has lived through a similar experience, preferably other than the Arab Spring.
Education About Asia (EAA) is the teaching journal of The Association for Asian Studies (AAS). Our readership primarily consists of AAS members in colleges and universities who have a particular interest in teaching, and secondary school teachers with an interest in Asia.
Call for Papers: Reclaiming a Legacy: Africa, Africans and the HBCU
Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem North Carolina, Sept. 18-19, 2015