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    • AP European History

    • Advanced Placement European History (commonly known as AP Modern European History, AP Euro, AP Eurhist, AP European, EHAP or APEH), is a course and examination offered by the College Board through the Advanced Placement Program. This course is for high school students who are interested in a first year university level ... Read »


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    • AP United States History

    • Advanced Placement United States History (also known as AP U.S. History or APUSH) is a course and examination offered by College Board as part of the Advanced Placement Program. The AP U.S. History course is designed to provide the same level of content and instruction that students would face in a freshman-level ... Read »


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    • AP World History

    • Advanced Placement World History (also known as AP World History, WHAP, AP World or APWH) is a college-level course and examination offered to high school students through the College Board's Advanced Placement Program designed to help students develop a greater understanding of the evolution of global processes and co ... Read »


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    • Applied history

    • Applied history, also widely known as public history, is "is the explicit attempt to illuminate current challenges and choices by analyzing historical precedents and analogues. Mainstream historians begin with an event or era and attempt to provide an account of what happened and why. Applied historians begin with a cu ... Read »


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    • Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

    • The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) in Oxford, England, is a programme for international students (mainly American) to study in Oxford, and also encourages research in the fields of medieval and Renaissance studies. It was founded by Dr John and Dr Sandy Feneley in 1975. CMRS is affiliated to Keble C ... Read »


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    • A Chart of Biography

    • In 1765, 18th-century British polymath Joseph Priestley published A Chart of Biography and its accompanying prose description as a supplement to his Lectures on History and General Policy. Priestley believed that the chart and A New Chart of History (1769) would allow students to "trace out distinctly the dependence of ... Read »


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    • The Concord Review

    • The Concord Review: A Quarterly Review of Essays by Students of History is an academic journal dedicated to publishing the research papers of high school students. It was established in 1987 by William H. Fitzhugh, a Massachusetts educator dismayed with the "dumbing down" of writing standards in American secondary scho ... Read »


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    • Department of Archaeology at the University of York

    • Department of Archaeology at the University of York

      The Department of Archaeology at the University of York, England, is a department of archaeology which provides undergraduate and postgraduate courses in archaeology and its sub-disciplines and conducts associated research. It was founded in 1978 and has grown from a small department based at Micklegate House to more t ... Read »


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    • European History Network

    • The European History Network has run a number of projects under the banner of the Creating Links and Overviews for a New History Agenda (CLIOH) since 1988, including CLIOH, CLIOHnet and CLIOHnet2. Both CLIOHRES and CLIOH-WORLD are currently in operation as of December 2011. It was initially founded as the ECTS History ... Read »


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    • History Aptitude Test

    • The History Aptitude Test (HAT) is a standardized test used as part of the admissions process to Oxford University for undergraduates applying to read History, or a subject including history, for example English with History. The two-hour test is currently only employed by Oxford University, though other universities ... Read »


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    • History, Classics and Archaeology Subject Centre

    • Higher Education Academy Subject Centres BioscienceBusiness, Management, Accountancy and FinanceDance, Drama and MusicEconomics NetworkEducationEngineeringEnglishGeography, Earth and Environmental SciencesHealth Sciences and PracticeHistory, Classics and ArchaeologyHospitality, Leisure, Sport and TourismLanguages, Lin ... Read »


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    • International Summer University (ISU) Kassel

    • International Summer University

      (ISU) Kassel International Summer University (ISU) Kassel is a short-term program that is held during the summer season by the University of Kassel (Uni Kassel) every year. In addition to the twelve international master programs, Uni Kassel organizes ISU Kassel as one of its internationalization strategies. The progr ... Read »


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    • International Winter University (IWU) Kassel

    • International Winter University (IWU) Kassel

      International Winter University (IWU) Kassel is a short-term program that is held during the winter season by the University of Kassel (Uni Kassel) every year. The IWU inspired from the international short-term programs held in Germany, then International Summer University (ISU) Kassel began the establishment of IWU in ... Read »


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    • Joseph Priestley and education

    • Joseph Priestley (24 March [O.S. 13 March] 1733 – 8 February 1804) was a British natural philosopher, Dissenting clergyman, political theorist, and theologian. While his achievements in all of these areas are renowned, he was also dedicated to improving education in Britain; he did this on an individual leve ... Read »


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    • Lectures on History and General Policy

    • Lectures on History and General Policy (1788) is the published version of a set of lectures on history and government given by the 18th-century British polymath Joseph Priestley to the students of Warrington Academy. The Lectures cover an array of topics—"forms of government, the feudal system, the rise of corpor ... Read »


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    • Lies My Teacher Told Me

    • Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong

      Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong is a 1995 book by James W. Loewen, a sociologist. It critically examines twelve popular American high school history textbooks and concludes that the textbook authors propagate false, Eurocentric and mythologized views of American history. In ... Read »


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    • National History Day

    • National History Day

      National History Day is non-profit organization based in College Park, Maryland that operates an annual project-based contest for students in grades 6-12. It has affiliates in all fifty states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, South Korea, China, South Asia, and Central America. It started as a loca ... Read »


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    • A New Chart of History

    • In 1769, 18th-century British polymath Joseph Priestley published A New Chart of History and its prose explanation as a supplement to his Lectures on History and General Policy. Together with his Chart of Biography (1765), which he dedicated to his friend Benjamin Franklin), Priestley believed these charts would allow ... Read »


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    • Popular history

    • Popular history is a broad and somewhat ill-defined genre of historiography that takes a popular approach, aims at a wide readership, and usually emphasizes narrative, personality and vivid detail over scholarly analysis. The term is used in contradistinction to professional academic or scholarly history writing which ... Read »


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    • Teachinghistory.org

    • Teachinghistory.org

      Teachinghistory.org, also known as the National History Education Clearinghouse (NHEC), is a website that provides educational resources for the study of U.S. history. In the past decade and a half, three major developments have reshaped the landscape for K-12 history education and have created the conditions for ... Read »


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    • University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics and Archaeology

    • The School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh is a school within the College of Humanities and Social Science. The school is located in the William Robertson Wing of the Old Medical School buildings on Teviot Place. Classics have been taught at the university since its foundation ... Read »


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