You might try Michael Gomez's _Reversing Sail: A History of the African Diaspora_ (Cambridge, 2004), as a good introductory-level text.
One idea that comes to mind - have them read the early 20th century novella, Ourika, to begin a discussion on ideas of beauty, gender, and marriage after the French Revolution.
I teach AP European History at a school where our student population is 20% black and 10% biracial. I have been teaching Euro for two years and I'm trying to find ways to incorporate history that will be more meaningful for my black and biracial students in a European history course. I use McKay and have incorporated their readings on Rebecca Protten and Olaudah Equiano and I have had a discussion on the Windrush generation in England. I am wondering how any of you address the history of nonwhites in Europe beyond the slave trade in your survey courses.
Central European History Society's Hans Rosenberg Book Prize
The Football Scholars Forum's 2018-19 season recently came to a close.
Launched in 2010 in the History Department at Michigan State University, the online community of academics, students, and journalists held six sessions. These featured authors Amy Bass, Sebastian Abbot, Stefan Szymanski and Silke-Maria Weineck, Todd Cleveland, Rachel Allison, and Ian Plenderleith. Audio recordings of the sessions are freely available at footballscholars.org.
H-Diplo | ISSF Forum, No. 20 (2019)
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H-Diplo/ISSF Policy Forum on the 2019 European Elections
Published on 7 June 2019
The Research Center for Memory Cultures at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University and the Yahad – In Unum association kindly invite you to the workshop
Non-Sites of Memory and Their Witnesses: The Testimonies of the Holocaust by Bullets
23 September 2019, Kraków, Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University