Above the Fold
The History Unfolded Blog
Dr. Maddalena Marinari is an assistant professor in History; Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies; and Peace Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. Her 18 students have submitted over 100 articles to the History Unfolded database, mostly from newspapers printed in “The Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Read More
In this segment, high school teacher Sophia Sapozhnikov shares her reflections on what educators gain from implementing History Unfolded in the classroom. Read More
On November 17, History Unfolded turned 1 year old. What an exciting year it has been! The website launched with 10 Holocaust-related topics for research, a completely blank map, and a lot of big dreams. Since then, we have added 21 new events, and you’ve helped us reached impressive milestones. Read More
How did some newspapers in southern Florida report on Holocaust-era events as they occurred? We now have a better understanding thanks to the work of current and future teachers taking a graduate course at the University of South Florida under Professor of Social Science Education Michael Berson. Read More
As citizen historians around the country partner with us to investigate local press coverage of the Holocaust, they often become quite engaged by their discoveries. In this guest post, Bernard Gordon describes his case of “research fever.” Bernard has been volunteering with the project since December 2015.