Teaching Decolonization Resource Collection

The Teaching Decolonization Resource Collection provides a range of materials to support the study of decolonization in the classroom. This diverse collection of resources is, in part, an outgrowth of the National History Center's decade-long International Decolonization Seminar. Primary and secondary sources are organized by region and theme; teaching resources can be found in educational materials.

Program assistant Annabel LaBrecque wrote about the project for AHA Today.  You can read her post here.

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This Chinese poster supporting anti-imperialism shows guerrilla fighters advancing with rifles.  Image courtesy of Library of Congress.

Teaching Decolonization Resource Collection

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