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Title Teaching difficult history through film / edited by Jeremy Stoddard, Alan S. Marcus, and David Hicks
Published New York ; London : Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 258 pages) : illustrations
Contents Difficult Histories / David Hicks -- 2. Difficult History Means Difficult Questions: Using Film to Reveal the Perspective of "The Other" in Difficult History Topics / Stephanie van Hover -- pt. II Human Rights, Trauma, and Contemporary Difficult Histories -- 3. Teaching the History and Contemporary Challenge of Human Rights through Film / Glenn Mitoma -- 4. From Seeing to Learn to Learning to See: Films on the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict / Brian Britt -- 5. The Torturers Among Us: History, the Film Industry, and Its Claims to Truth / Robert P. Stephens -- pt. III Difficult History, Identity, and Implementation in Curriculum -- 6. Institutional Roles in Using Film to Teach Difficult History: The Federal Agency for Civic Education and The Lives of Others / Mattias Frey -- 7. "I Saw a REAL Indian on TV Last Night!": Engaging Students in Historical Thinking for Social Justice / Lucia Ricciardelli -- 8. What Does History Have to Do With This?: Youth Filmmaking for Social Change / Daniel Delehanty -- pt. IV Teaching Common but Difficult Histories through Film -- 9. Hollywood Histories: Examining Contemporary Depictions of Race and American Slavery in Popular Film / Anthony L. Brown -- 10. Classroom as Memory Workspace: The Educational and Empathetic Potentials of 12 Years a Slave and Ask a Slave / Derek H. Alderman -- 11. Teaching Difficult History with Film: Multiple Perspectives on the Holocaust / Gary D. Mills -- pt. V Difficult Histories from the Margins in Curriculum and Teacher Education -- 12. Questioning "Normal": Actively Undoing Dis/ability Stereotypes Through Teaching a Critical Analysis of Films / David J. Connor -- 13. Invoking Precious Knowledge with Teacher Candidates to Reclaim the Past, Reassess the Present, and Revolutionize Future Practice / Emilie M. Camp -- 14. Finally "Seeing" a Queer Past: The Importance of Film in Teaching LGBTQ American History / Sharon Ullman
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject History -- Study and teaching -- Audio-visual aids.
Motion pictures in education.
Form Electronic book
Author Hicks, David, 1942-
Stoddard, Jeremy D.
ISBN 1317278313 (electronic bk.)
1317278321 (electronic bk.)
9781317278313 (electronic bk.)
9781317278320 (electronic bk.)