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Teaching Bangsa Moro History, Part 2

Last year, there was a lot of hullabaloo about the proposal that Bangsa Moro history be taught to Filipino high school students. The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) and the Department of Education spearheaded the proposal. 637 more words


Zinn-ister Intent

The New York Times boldly proclaimed Howard Zinn’s…. A People’s History should be required reading for all college students.  Professors and high school teachers alike have responded by making Zinn’s screed one of the top ten requested academic books.  279 more words


Two Nights And A Day At Sea

Tuesday Night – 2nd May 2017

The VCSB Tuesday night meetup is anchor of my gaming week. There are other gaming opportunities, but the Tuesday group has a solid rhythm that allows people to return after an absence and seamlessly fit back in again. 1,416 more words


The Historical Context and Nature of Luther's Protest

In the spring of 2017,  I was invited to give a lecture about the historical context and nature of Luther’s protest. The video of my  “Taste of Reformation” lecture from April 3, 2017, can be seen… 6,538 more words

Teaching History

Yes, You Can: Studying History and Finding a Career

Twice each year, at our Ambrose University Open House days for prospective students and their parents, I know I will have several conversations about the economic value of a history degree. 1,340 more words

Teaching History

Boeing B-29 FiFi at Camarillo Airport

One of the major reasons why I like board games is because I love history. Games give you a chance to comprehend, replay, and remake, history. 262 more words


Comic books in University History Classrooms

Drawing engaging connections for students and myself

One of the first pieces of academic career advice I ever received was from an English professor.  She was a wonderful woman especially because she was very candid.  1,286 more words

Struggles In Academia