The Harvey Goldberg Series gives college and secondary history instructors a deeper understanding of the past as well as the tools to help them teach it creatively and effectively. Each volume focuses on a specific historical topic and offers a wealth of content and resources, providing concrete examples of how teachers can approach the subject in the classroom.
Named for Harvey Goldberg, a professor renowned for his history teaching at Oberlin College, Ohio State University, and the University of Wisconsin from the 1960s to the 1980s, the series reflects Goldberg’s commitment to helping students think critically about the past with the goal of creating a better future.
John Day Tully is professor of history at Central Connecticut State University and was the founding director of the Harvey Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching at Ohio State University. He has coordinated many Teaching American History grants and has received the Connecticut State University System’s Board of Trustees Teaching Award.
Matthew Masur is professor of history at Saint Anselm College, where he has served as codirector of the Father Peter Guerin Center for Teaching Excellence. He has also been a member of the Teaching Committee of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
Brad Austin is professor of history at Salem State University. He has served as chair of the American Historical Association’s Teaching Prize Committee and has worked with hundreds of secondary school teachers as the academic coordinator of many Teaching American History grants.
Professor of History, Arizona State University
William Smith Mason Professor of American History, Northwestern University
Ross E. Dunn
Professor Emeritus, San Diego State University
UIC Distinguished Professor of History, University of Illinois at Chicago
Alfred W. McCoy
Harrington Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
David J. Staley
Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for the Humanities in Practice, Ohio State University
Margaret Jacks Professor of Education and (by courtesy) of History,
Director, Stanford History Education Group, Stanford University