American History

The American History platform includes interrelated and diverse content from American history, 1450-present. Each of the 16 single-authored units features a core essay, topical essays, primary source problems, a multimedia library, question banks, polling, and composition assignments. The individual units are comparable to a chapter in a textbook but, unlike textbooks, you control which items are given to your students. Our content is designed to live alongside your own teaching materials so you can create a unique active learning-based program of study.

  • americanhistory_findlen

    Paula Findlen
    Stanford University
    Europe and the Americas, 1450-1607

  • americanhistory_peterson

    Mark Peterson
    University of California, Berkeley
    Colonial America, 1607-1750

  • americanhistory_taylor

    Alan Taylor
    University of Virginia
    The American Revolution and Constitution, 1750-1790

  • americanhistory_winterer

    Caroline Winterer
    Stanford University
    The Early American Republic, 1790-1815

  • americanhistory_rockman

    Seth Rockman
    Brown University
    The North, 1815-1860

  • americanhistory_jacoby

    Karl Jacoby
    Columbia University
    The West, 1815-1860

  • americanhistory_glymph

    Thavolia Glymph
    Duke University
    The South, 1815-1860

  • americanhistory_masur

    Kate Masur
    Northwestern University
    Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877

  • americanhistory_postel

    Charles Postel
    San Francisco State University
    The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, 1877-1914

  • Hasia R. Diner

    Hasia R. Diner
    New York University
    The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, 1877-1914

  • americanhistory_gendzel

    Glen Gendzel
    San Jose State University
    WWI and the 1920s, 1914-1929

  • americanhistory_gordon

    Linda Gordon
    New York University
    The Great Depression, 1929-1941

  • katherine-a-s-sibley

    Katherine A.S. Sibley
    St. Joseph’s University
    WWII and the Cold War, 1941-1972

  • mark-brilliant

    Mark Brilliant
    University of California, Berkeley
    Post-War America, 1945-1972

  • julian-zelizer

    Julian Zelizer
    Princeton University
    The Conservative Turn, 1972-2000

  • bethany-moreton

    Bethany Moreton
    Dartmouth College
    The Changing American Economy, 1972-present

  • david-gutierrez

    David Gutierrez
    University of California, San Diego
    The Demographic Revolution, 1972-present






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