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Published July 28, 2009

Nancy Hewitt (Rutgers University) puts women at the center of Progressive era reform movements.Read full description

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Published July 16, 2009

Christian G. Appy (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) discusses the insights gleaned from his investigation of the Vietnam War from American and Vietnamese perspectives.Read full description

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Annual Reports

Each year the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning documents its projects and activities in an annual report. Current and past reports along with ASHP, Inc. financial reports are available upon request.

Partners and Funders

In addition to The City University of New York, the following organizations have provided funding and support to the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning for more than a quarter of a century.

New Media Lab

Images of the Victorian Sportswoman.

A digital archive of iron in the pre-contact Arctic.

A smartphone app for sexual and reproductive health.

Understanding SEEK student bloggers. . .

What can all of these things possibly have in common? The New Media Lab.

Social History for Every Classroom

Social History for Every Classroom (formerly HERB) is a database of primary documents, classroom activities, and other teaching tools in U.S. history. SHEC reflects ASHP/CML’s mission of making the past, and the working people and ordinary Americans who shaped it, vivid and meaningful.

Published May 18, 2009

Former Tuskegee Airman Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. shares his personal history of race in the United States during World War II.Read full description

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Published May 14, 2009

Jeanie Attie (Long Island University) examines the significance of slavery to the people who fought in and lived during the American Civil War.Read full description

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