Monthly Archives: Setembre 2009
The great diversity of available sources for use in modern history classes requires that selections be made with great care – since virtually unlimited material is available. The goals here are:
To present a diversity of source material in modern European, American, and Latin American history, as well as a significant amount of materal pertinent to world cultures and global studies. A number of other online source collections emphasize legal and political documents. Here efforts have been made to include contemporary narrative accounts, personal memoirs, songs, newspaper reports, as well as cultural, philosophical, religious and scientific documents. Although the history of social and cultural elite groups remains important to historians, the lives of non-elite women, people of color, lesbians and gays are also well represented here.
To present the material as cleanly as possible, without complicated hierarchies and subdirectories, and without excessive HTML markup. What you get here is direct access to significant documents, not the efforts of some whizkid “website designer”. In other words, we are interested here in the music, not the Hi-fi!. Within the major sections, to indicate a few high quality web sites for further source material and research.
Paul Halsall, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Modern, és el Sourcebook Compiler.
El link per entrar difectament a la pàgina sobre nacionalisme és aquest: