Journal of American History

Teaching U.S. History Abroad

Teaching American history outside the United States poses a special set of challenges but can also create unique thematic and pedagogic opportunities. In this section of “Textbooks and Teaching,” instructors in Europe, Asia, Australia, South America, and the Middle East share their personal experiences with teaching U.S. history abroad, illustrating some of the instructional obstacles they faced and explaining how they took advantage of often-unexpected educational moments.

Listen to an interview with Scott E. Casper about this installment of the “Textbooks & Teaching” section in the JAH Podcast.

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Teaching U.S. History Abroad

Teaching U.S. History in Russia: Issues, Challenges, and Prospects

Ivan I. Kurilla and Victoria I. Zhuravleva