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Structuring Equality: Handbook for Student-Centered Learning - Collaborative Book Review

Below, you will find the collaborative book reviews written by current HASTAC Scholars, about Structuring Equality: A Handbook for Student-Centered Learning and Teaching Practices, a collection of theoretical and practical essays written by graduate students for anyone interested in understanding why, where, and how to use engaged, active classroom practices.

David Wrisley “How Are Medieval Places Different from Ancient Ones?: Thoughts on Digital Mapping the Middle Ages”

David Wrisley “How Are Medieval Places Different from Ancient Ones?: Thoughts on Digital Mapping the Middle Ages”

April 22 2015
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The recent interest in multilingualism, cultural interactions and the Mediterranean in medieval studies is asking us to conceptualize and map the medium aevum in new ways. But what middle period do we want to model? a European one? a Mediterranean one? a global one? Classicists have done pioneering...
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