Michigan State University

U. S. History

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We welcome your help in curating this bibliography. To suggest additional resources, comments, or insights related to inclusive teaching, please contact the following librarians directly, or fill out this form.

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Databases & Terms Searched: 

For a subject specific database use America, History & Life. Use ERIC for teaching-specific research and studies. Search terms used for Eric were "inclusive pedagogy." Try the following other subject/search terms for AH&L:

  • Students with disabilities
  • Special needs students
  • Teacher training
  • Training of special education teachers

Themes: 

The obvious trend in teaching American history since the Civil Rights Movement has been to teach previously unrepresented populations in the U.S. This is no longer a trend so much as an ever-broadening scope for research and study in classroom.

Relevant Journals: 

Teaching History

Bibliography

Stewart, Anissa Ryan, Jacqueline Marie Reid, and Jeffrey C. Stewart. "Students engaging in diversity: blogging to learn the history of jazz." Teaching in Higher Education 19, no. 8 (2014): 931-942.

Lee, John, Christine Sleeter, and Kevin Kumashiro. "Interrogating Identity and Social Contexts Through “Critical Family History.” Multicultural Perspectives 17, no. 1 (2015): 28-32.

Sheppard, Maia G. "Creating a caring classroom in which to teach difficult histories." The History Teacher 43, no. 3 (2010): 411-426.

Course, I. N. "First-Person Assignments: Considering How History Affects and Is Affected by the Individual." The History Teacher 47, no. 2 (2014).

Talamante, Laura Emerson. "Teaching US History with an Eye to the World." The History Teacher 41, no. 3 (2008): 391-404.

Sueyoshi, Amy. "Making whites from the dark side: Teaching whiteness studies at San Francisco State University." The History Teacher 46, no. 3 (2013): 373-396.

Pellegrino, Anthony M., Linda J. Mann, and William B. Russell. "Historical Examination of the Segregated School Experience." The History Teacher 46, no. 3 (2013): 355-372.

Frost, Jennifer. "Using" Master Narratives" to Teach History: The Case of the Civil Rights Movement." The History Teacher 45, no. 3 (2012): 437-446.

Padurano, Dominique. ""Isn't That a Dude?": Using Images to Teach Gender and Ethnic Diversity in the US History Classroom—Pocahontas: A Case Study." The History Teacher ;44, no. 2 (2011): 191-208.

Eden, Jason. "Answers to the Question:" Who Developed Race?"." The History Teacher 44, no. 2 (2011): 169-177.

Frederickson, Mary E. "Going Global: New Trajectories in US Women's History." The History Teacher 43, no. 2 (2010): 169-189.

Contact Info

Michael Rodriguez
Coordinator for Humanities Collections
(517) 884-6395