Welcome to the Southern Association for Women Historians wiki on teaching.



SAWH_2008_logoemailsmall.jpgWelcome to this collaborative site hosted by the Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH) for discussions of teaching women's history and southern history in institutions of higher education and in public history sites. We invite you to explore but also to share your own ideas and plans for teaching.

There are several ways to approach this site: by historical topic, by pedagogical approach, and by the general topics listed below.



Courses

Oral History

Primary Sources

Teaching with Films

Technology

Visual Literacy

Teaching Tools

Service Learning in History Courses


A word about this site:

This site is a project of the Southern Association for Women Historians and organized by the SAWH Committee on Teaching: Elsa Barkley Brown, Elizabeth Dunn, Randolph Hollingsworth, Amy Morsman, Victoria Ott.
For more on the Southern Association for Women Historians, including how to join: https://www.h-net.org/~sawh/