Early Globalities I & II, Geraldine Heng, et. al.
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The Black Death: Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World, Monica Green
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Bibliographies for Research and Teaching, supplied by Paula R. Curtis from conference participants
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Digital Resources

Digital Resources and Projects on East Asia, Paula R. Curtis

The Digital Resources and Projects on East Asia page introduces a collaborative database created using Airtable that compiles online materials and tools related to East Asia into one central location. This database provides researchers and educators with a convenient way to locate and explore a variety of digitized textual, visual, and other materials keyed to thematic content. The content can be filtered through a variety of labels and tags (geographic area, time period, institution, digital tools, etc.) or searched by keyword. Those developing multimodal syllabi and lectures for both large survey and area-specific courses or who seek examples of digital methods employed in East Asia-focused projects will find this database helpful for reference, research, or source material for the classroom. All content is also downloadable in CSV format.
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Teaching Medieval Slavery and Captivity, multiple contributors

Pedagogical resources to help teachers (secondary and post-secondary) address the global history of slavery and captivity during the medieval period, broadly defined. Supported by Arizona State University and open to English-language submissions from teachers and researchers.

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