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CENTER FOR THE TEACHING OF AMERICAN HISTORY
Professor Thomas Dublin, Director
Center Office: Academic B G10
Phone: (607) 777-6769





Graduate students enrolled in the courses offered by the Center create projects for use in social studies classrooms. These are documents-based questions (DBQ's), a common teaching tool as well as a fundamental part of state assessment.


HIST 530a/EDUC 507: ISSUES IN U.S. HISTORY TO 1877

Peter Anderson, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2005
DBQ: The Native American Party of the 1850s


Scott Graham, MS-Educational Studies candidate, Fall 2004.
DBQ: The Meaning of Freedom


Pam McKiernan, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2003.
DBQ: Women and the American Revolution

Greg O'Brien, Fall 2003.
DBQ: American Traitors or British Patriots?


Jonathan Nash, Fall 2003.
DBQ: Nat Turner's Rebellion, 1831

Brandy Mohr, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2002.
DBQ: Indian Removal in the 1830s

Timothy Burch, MA in History candidate, Fall 2002
DBQ: Witnessing the Civil War


David Garbowski, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2002.
DBQ: Conflict and Compromise in the Antebellum Era


Casey Jakubowski, MA in History candidate and Teacher, Sidney Central High School, Fall 2002.
DBQ: The Columbian Exchange and Reaction


Kathleen Burrell, Teacher, Union-Endicott High School, Fall 2002.
DBQ: The Failure of Reconstruction






Area teachers and Binghamton University graduate students interested in participating in any of the Center's programs should contact the Center's Project Coordinator, Melyssa Wrisley, at (607) 777-6769 or via email.


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