Teaching Transatlanticism

Publisher : Edinburgh University Press

ISBN-13 : 074869448X

Page : 312 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 48X voters

The 18 chapters in this book outline conceptual approaches to the field and provide practical resources for teaching, ranging from ideas for individual class sessions to full syllabi and curricular frameworks.

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