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David Hilton

History of Spain: Primary Documents - EuroDocs - 4 views

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    EuroDocs rocks!
David Hilton

Instrok - 2 views

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    Might be useful for younger classes looking at Korean history and society in the Joseon Period. There usually isn't much on the topic.
Tony Searl

Maps of War ::: Visual History of War, Religion, and Government - 15 views

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    Animated maps showing the imperial history of the Middle East and the spread of religions. The graphics are beautiful and provide a simple overview of the broad sweep of history. I've found these useful at the start of a unit/semester/term to provide a general introduction. My students think they need a hard rock track in the background as a soundtrack...
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    Where has democracy dominated as the world's most popular form of government?
    See 4,000 years of democracy in 90 seconds...
    > Go to Map


    History of Religion
    How has the geography of religion evolved over the centuries?
    Imperial History of the Middle East
    Who has controlled the Middle East over the course of world events?
David Hilton

龍谷大学学術情報センター - 1 views

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    How's your medieval Japanese?
David Hilton

History - 0 views

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    This seems to update with interesting topics that students might find relevant for research or for classroom activities. I use Bloglines to subscribe to the feeds on sites like this (Google Reader is also good) and that way I only have to go to one site to keep up to date.
David Hilton

London's Past Online - a bibliography of London history - 0 views

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    Many of the links here refer to journals in libraries, however I managed to get an article on the role of women in Stuart era alehouse culture (are these the only types of things we study these days?) as a pdf, so some are downloadable. Covers all things London.
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    Produced by the Centre for Metropolitan History in association with the Royal Historical Society Bibliography, London's Past Online is a free online bibliography of published material relating to the history of the Greater London area.
David Hilton

Primary Sources: Home - 1 views

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    An excellent 'hub' (that's a buzzword for you) for primary sources from all eras and regions.
David Hilton

Wikisource:Speeches - Wikisource - 0 views

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    I know wikis are inherently dodgy but I've found Wikisource a brilliant place for historical research. Contains the transcripts of a heap of famous speeches.
David Hilton

Japanese Historical Maps from the East Asian Library, UC Berkeley - 0 views

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    "The Japanese Historical Map Collection contains about 2,300 early maps of Japan and the World." Cool! Looks like you need to use a special viewer or something.
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    The Japanese Historical Map Collection contains about 2,300 early maps of Japan and the World. The collection was acquired by the University of California from the Mitsui family in 1949, and is housed on the Berkeley campus in the East Asian Library. Represented in this online collection are over 1100 images of maps and books from this Collection.
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