Understanding the Immigrant Experience Through History and Literature

Pam Cummings, 2018 Madison Fellow for Arkansas and a student in the Master of Arts…

Did American Imperialism Threaten American Values?

Today we continue our exploration of Teaching American History’s two-volume document collection, Documents and Debates in…

In Their Words — Interviews With Teachers On the Power of Primary Documents

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new podcast featuring our teacher partners—dedicated professionals,…

Documents in Detail: Thomas Jefferson’s Letters to John Holmes and Henry Lee

 Our Documents in Detail episode for Wednesday 18 November 2020 will focus on two…

Flannery O’Connor’s Vision of the Modern South

Our Core Document Collection on the role of women in American religion includes an essay…

2020’s Complicated Election Process

During this pandemic year, far more voters than ever before are expected to use mail-in…

1774: The Year Between Resistance and Rebellion

Today we continue our exploration of Teaching American History's two-volume document collection, Documents and Debates…

Sneak Peak at our New Core Document Collections: Congress & Political Parties

Parties, political power and partisans, oh my! As Americans look ahead to Election Day 2020,…

Remembering Roger Williams

On October 9, 1635, Roger Williams was exiled from the colony of Massachusetts--banished for having…

Saturday Webinar: How Did the Progressives Differ from the Founders?

  This episode in our "Enduring American Questions" Saturday Webinar series will air live on…

Documents in Detail: James Madison’s “Property”

Join us for our October episode of Documents in Detail, during which we'll discuss James…

For “Classical Leadership Education,” TAH Document Collections Ground History Study

Miles Mathews teaches 11th grade US history at the John Adams Academy (JAA), a public charter…