Halsall's Page at Fordham
Professor Halsall is a major web guru who puts tons of great information
up on the web. This site contains lecture outlines that may help
you organize your information and primary sources that will assist you
in your research.
Final Essay Topics:
- How did the peace settlement at Versailles lead to a period of turmoil
that culminated in WWII?
- Ideologies/Methods: Stalin, Mussolini, and Hitler
- Japanese and German aggression turn WWII into a truly global
conflict? combatants and non-combatants
- How did issues left over between the Allies at the end of WWII spill over
into the Cold War? 1945-1952
- Discuss the course of the Cold War between 1955-1989.
- Describe the balance of power between the superpowers and the emerging
nations during the last 30 years. major challenges facing third world nations
Rempel's Western Civ. Lectures
Professor Rempel has been kind enough to place the text of all of his
lectures for this course on-line. These are great for smoothing out
rough spots and gaining additional insight.
Their motto says it all - "This is where history
lives on the web!" A great site for research or just as a place to
check out articles on topics of personal interest.
|Tired of the conventional media blitz? Try these sites for more
straightforward news coverage:
Christian Science Monitor and
Public Radio. Interested in understanding the background behind
current events in the Middle East?
Western Heritage Page at Prentice Hall
This is the web page designed by the publisher to support a book I
once used to teach this course. There are lots of helpful items including
interactive review tests for each chapter.
Mother of All Art History Links
A great jumping off place for art research, especially when you are
trying to tie art into it's appropriate historical period.
|Recent events have drawn attention
to the constant need to help those in difficult situations. Here
are some of my favorite places to go and help:
Hungersite , Bread for the World