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Valery Blokhin
Valery Blokhin

Glencoe World History Primary Source Document Library ((FREE))

A PRIMARY SOURCE is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time under study. These sources were present during an experience or time period and offer an inside view of a particular event. Some types of primary sources include:

Glencoe World History Primary Source Document Library

The Avalon ProjectA collection of law, history, economic, and political primary source documents. The documents span from ancient history through the 21st century. This site is a project of the Yale University Goldman Law Library.

Fordham Hall Internet History SourcebooksA collection of historical texts (primary sources) from ancient history through modern history. Also includes historical texts from African, East Asian Global, and Islamic texts.

Rethinking the Region: New Approaches to teaching the Modern Middle East and North AfricaA curriculum resource of 15 lesson plans (with appended and accompanying resources) to help U.S. and world history high school educators teach about the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) in their classrooms. The curriculum is framed around the following themes: women and gender, plural identities, political and social movements, empire and nation, and arts and technology. The lessons draw heavily on primary source materials.

In this article, the term visual culture is used to describe all things made by humans and sensed primarily through vision (Freedman, 2003). This study compares two art education contexts embedded within visual culture: (a) inside schools or formal school curricula and (b) outside of school or public pedagogy. Public pedagogy is used here to describe education that resides in nonschool sites (Giroux, 2000; Sandlin, Schultz, & Burdick, 2010). For this study, visual data from two university libraries in the Midwest (one fine-art library and one school of education library) were collected to analyze the formal school curricula. Public pedagogy data were collected from social media on the Internet, Google images, and online museum collections--areas designated as primary art resources though a poll of 52 undergraduate students. Using these data sites, the study focuses on a cross section of the Amazon women warrior motif in visual culture. 350c69d7ab


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