This timeline project required each student to contribute entries about 10 primary sources, from online repositories such as German History in Documents and Images and the German Propaganda Archive, and then to use those sources as the basis of their individual essays. The timeline produced by the spring 2019 class was published in the inaugural issue of the Central Europe Yearbook.
Elizabeth DrummondLoyola Marymount University This upper-division course, capped at 25, is designed mainly for History majors and minors and students in related fields. A Topics in Public History course, it integrates a variety of public history projects. In addition to these projects, students also had avatars (half the class East Germans and half West Germans) […]
This upper-division course on postwar German history, capped at 25, is designed mainly for History majors and minors and students in related programs. It included a number of public history projects such as a class podcast and a storymap built from avatar entries. Other projects had to be shelved because of COVID.
This upper-division course about Nazi Germany is designed mainly for History majors and minors as well as students in related programs. It includes a global immersion trip to Berlin over Spring Break, which focuses on exploring how Germans have dealt with and commemorated the history of Nazism and the Holocaust. Because it is a global immersion course, it has only approximately 15-20 students. The main assignment is a class timeline project.