Teaching with H-Net document

Dear H-Nationalism Subscribers, 

H-Net, H-Nationalism's parent non-profit organization, has prepared the following document outlining various teaching-related resources it makes freely available. I know some of you working on your fall syllabi might find it helpful: 


It's a work in progress, but you'll see H-Nationalism is well represented. 

Best wishes, 

Dave Prior

Syllabus (2020) Processes of Refuge Seeking in the 20th Century Africa and Beyond

This course examines processes of refuge seeking, bringing refugee studies and history into conversation. Drawing on case studies mainly from twentieth century Africa, we ask what a refugee is and whether we can speak of a common refugee experience. We explore whether historians can and should distinguish between refugees, forced migrants and exiles. To do so, we draw on literature from a variety of disciplines, including history, anthropology, political science, and law. The selected case studies cover East, West, South and North African and European contexts.

seeking borderlands syllabi

Hi everyone,

For some time now your H-Borderlands editorial team has wanted to start building teaching resources for our network.  As a first step we would like to collect any borderlands-related course outlines you would be willing to share.  Open to all regions and time periods!  If you have any questions you can contact Sheila through our editorial email: editorial-borderlands@mail.h-net.msu.edu  or directly at sheila.mcmanus@uleth.ca

Stay safe,

Recent Russian Cinema: Two Sample Syllabi

Nancy Condee, Alexander Prokhorov, and Elena Prokhorova, editors of the recently published Cinemasaurus: Russian Film in Contemporary Context, have created two sample syllabi using the book to teach courses on recent Russian cinema.

An undergraduate-level syllabus is available here: https://www.academicstudiespress.com/cinemasaurus-undergraduate-syllabus

Racism and Protest Resources

In light of the ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis, Feeding the Elephant has compiled a list of resources (many freely accessible) from libraries, university presses, and scholars on the subjects of racism, racial justice, police brutality, and protest. At this time of anger and mourning, we would like to highlight efforts by the scholarly communications and publishing communities to reflect on how our work can contribute to understanding the present moment and encourage transformational change.

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