Live discussions about topics relevant to the American history, government, and civics classroom.
Ten cases: how they came into being, how they were decided, and how they impacted American society and government.
Each session is a discussion of a single document – its historical context, use of language, meaning and impact; a close-read of a core document.
All of our programs, with links to relevant documents and scholar biographies, are available through TAH.org’s YouTube channel and through our iTunes podcast.
Instructions for getting set up for our webinars and other questions answered.
TAH.org offers a variety of documents-based webinar programs throughout each school year, anchored in our Saturday Webinars series, which runs from August through May. Each month a different panel of scholars – experts in their fields – will discuss the topic at hand, with Dr. Chris Burkett of Ashland University as moderator, and a live online audience of teachers. Everyone involved plays a role in shaping the discussion, which is rooted in a set of primary documents published on this site in advance of each program. All programs are archived and made available through TAH.org’s YouTube channel, as well as for podcasting through iTunes.