Bender discusses the trend toward teaching American history in a transnational framework and how a global approach can alter perception of key moments in American history. Slides available here.
Thomas Bender is a professor of history and humanities at New York University and author of more than 10 publications, including A Nation Among Nations: America’s Place in World History.
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