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ME-50005-12
American History, Atlantic and Pacific: An NEH Bridging Cultures Project
James Grossman, American Historical Association

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=ME-50005-12

Teaching U.S. History from West to East: Incorporating Asians and Pacific Islanders into our understanding of U.S. History (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Teaching U.S. History from West to East: Incorporating Asians and Pacific Islanders into our understanding of U.S. History
Abstract: Focusing on China and Pacific Islanders, Dr. Schulz looks at the teaching of US History from a West to East perspective. Excerpts of this presentation were given at the American Historical Association’s Annual Meeting.
Author: Joy Schulz
Date: 5/2/16
Location: Metropolitan Community College
Primary URL: http://mccneb.edu/intercultural

"Review by Joy Schulz" (Article)
Title: "Review by Joy Schulz"
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: “Review by Joy Schulz,” H-Diplo Roundtable Review: Jennifer Thigpen. Island Queens and Mission Wives: How Gender and Empire Remade Hawai?i’s Pacific World
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.tiny.cc/Roundtable-XVII-14
Format: Other
Publisher: H-Diplo Roundtable Review

“Bridging Cultures at the Annual Meeting: Perspectives from a Community College Historian" (Blog Post)
Title: “Bridging Cultures at the Annual Meeting: Perspectives from a Community College Historian"
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: This piece is one of a series of guest posts on issues of importance to the history profession that were discussed at the 2015 AHA annual meeting in New York.
Date: 2/10/15
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2015/02/bridging-cultures-annual-meeting-perspectives-community-college-historian/
Blog Title: AHA Today

“Playing with Fire: Volcanoes, Voyages, and the Environmental Impact of White Missionary Children in the Pacific during the 19th Century” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Playing with Fire: Volcanoes, Voyages, and the Environmental Impact of White Missionary Children in the Pacific during the 19th Century”
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: As part of panel “Transnational Voyages and Voyagers in 19th Century Oceania and Southeast Asia.”
Date: 1/3/15
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 2015

“Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the US History Survey Course.” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the US History Survey Course.”
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: PechaKucha teaching panel
Date: 1/3/15
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 2015

“Schooling Power: Teaching Anglo-Civic Duty to Missionary Children in the Hawaiian Islands, 1841-1853” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Schooling Power: Teaching Anglo-Civic Duty to Missionary Children in the Hawaiian Islands, 1841-1853”
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: As part of panel “Webs of Belonging: Children and the Missionary Project in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.”
Date: 6/1/15
Conference Name: Society for the History of Children and Youth Biennial Conference, University of British Columbia, June 2015

Hawai‘i: A Lens for Teaching the U.S. Survey from East to West (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Hawai‘i: A Lens for Teaching the U.S. Survey from East to West
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: As part of AHA-sponsored panel: “Transforming the US Survey.”
Date: 1/8/16
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2016

"Birthing Empire: Economies of Childrearing and the Formation of American Colonialism in Hawai‘i" (Article)
Title: "Birthing Empire: Economies of Childrearing and the Formation of American Colonialism in Hawai‘i"
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: "Birthing Empire: Economies of Childrearing and the Formation of American Colonialism in Hawai‘i"
Year: 2014
Format: Journal
Publisher: Diplomatic History

"Crossing the Pali: White Missionary Children, Bicultural Identity and the Racial Divide in Hawai‘i, 1820-1898" (Article)
Title: "Crossing the Pali: White Missionary Children, Bicultural Identity and the Racial Divide in Hawai‘i, 1820-1898"
Author: Joy Schulz
Abstract: "Crossing the Pali: White Missionary Children, Bicultural Identity and the Racial Divide in Hawai‘i, 1820-1898"
Year: 2013
Periodical Title: Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

"Issei Women and Work: Washerwomen, Prostitutes, Midwives, and Barbers" (Article)
Title: "Issei Women and Work: Washerwomen, Prostitutes, Midwives, and Barbers"
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: Issei Women and Work: Washerwomen, Prostitutes, Midwives, and Barbers
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Hawaiian Journal of History

“‘The World’s Greatest Swimming Coach’: Soichi Sakamoto and the Three Year Swim Club.” (Article)
Title: “‘The World’s Greatest Swimming Coach’: Soichi Sakamoto and the Three Year Swim Club.”
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: “‘The World’s Greatest Swimming Coach’: Soichi Sakamoto and the Three Year Swim Club.”
Year: 2014
Periodical Title: Hawaiian Journal of History

“Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group,” (Article)
Title: “Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group,”
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: “Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group,”
Year: 2013
Periodical Title: Hawaiian Journal of History

Memory and History of the U.S. in Atlantic and Pacific Contexts (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Memory and History of the U.S. in Atlantic and Pacific Contexts
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: Created a U.S. Colonial America Honors history class (Freshmen and Sophomores) focused on the Memory and History of the U.S. in Atlantic and Pacific contexts, Fall 2014, Cartersville, GA.
Year: 2014
Audience: Undergraduate

"Empires and Their Aftermaths" (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: "Empires and Their Aftermaths"
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: Organizer, “Empires and Their Aftermaths” Pedagogical Workshop, Georgia Highlands College, 4 October 2013.
Date Range: October 2013

“Black Bodies, White Borders: Mapping the Color Line Inside and Outside the United States, 1902-1916" (Article)
Title: “Black Bodies, White Borders: Mapping the Color Line Inside and Outside the United States, 1902-1916"
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: “Black Bodies, White Borders: Mapping the Color Line Inside and Outside the United States, 1902-1916"
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: World History Bulletin

"Transforming the US History Survey" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Transforming the US History Survey"
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: "Transforming the US History Survey
Date: 1/8/16
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2016

"Black Bodies, White Borders, and American Empire" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Black Bodies, White Borders, and American Empire"
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: "Black Bodies, White Borders, and American Empire"
Date: 6/1/15
Conference Name: Southeast World History Association

Revamping History Curriculum for the 21st Century (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Revamping History Curriculum for the 21st Century
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: Revamping History Curriculum for the 21st Century
Date: 10/5/15
Conference Name: American Historical Association Mini-Conference on Tuning

“Pecha Kucha: Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the U.S. History Survey Course" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Pecha Kucha: Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the U.S. History Survey Course"
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: “Pecha Kucha: Incorporating the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds into the U.S. History Survey Course"
Date: 1/3/15
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 2015

Review of I Respectfully Dissent: A Biography of Edward H. Nakamura by Tom Coffman. (Article)
Title: Review of I Respectfully Dissent: A Biography of Edward H. Nakamura by Tom Coffman.
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: Review of I Respectfully Dissent: A Biography of Edward H. Nakamura by Tom Coffman.
Year: 2013
Periodical Title: Hawaiian Journal of History

“Transnational Voyages and Voyagers in 19th Century Oceania and Southeast Asia.” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Transnational Voyages and Voyagers in 19th Century Oceania and Southeast Asia.”
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: Building on archival research made possible through the National Endowments for the Humanities (NEH) and American Historical Association’s (AHA) “Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges: American History, Atlantic and Pacific” three-year initiative, I organized a panel which highlighted three unique groups of transnational travelers exploring the Pacific during the nineteenth century: Japanese female immigrants, American missionary children, and British female adventurers. Panelists analyzed and explored the stories of each of these groups and their influence on the wider Pacific world in multimedia presentations. By juxtaposing their experiences throughout the Pacific with the societies they encountered, panelists elaborated on the ways in which multiple cultural ideologies and practices were transmitted and shared, as well as the impact such encounters had within the nineteenth century
Date: 1/3/15
Conference Name: American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 2015

Japanese Immigration to Hawai‘i (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Japanese Immigration to Hawai‘i
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: Japanese Immigration to Hawai‘i
Date: 7/20/14
Conference Name: The Forty-Second Urasenke Hawai‘i Seminar at the East-West Center

“Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group”
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: “Internal Surveillance of O‘ahu’s Japanese Population During World War II: The Honolulu Police Department’s Special Detail Unit and Contact Group”
Date: 1/25/14
Conference Name: Shinnen Enkai luncheon for the Hawai‘i Hiroshima Heritage Study Group

“The Activism of Buddhist Women in Hawai‘i” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “The Activism of Buddhist Women in Hawai‘i”
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: “The Activism of Buddhist Women in Hawai‘i”
Date: 1/1/14
Conference Name: Soto Mission 2014 Statewide Annual Fujinkai Conference

“Immigrant Women’s Tale of Turmoil" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Immigrant Women’s Tale of Turmoil"
Author: Kelli Nakamura
Abstract: “Immigrant Women’s Tale of Turmoil"
Date: 5/20/13
Conference Name: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Leadership Models from the History of Hawai‘i Workshop

Incorporating the Pacific World in the Early American History Survey (Blog Post)
Title: Incorporating the Pacific World in the Early American History Survey
Author: Brittany Adams
Abstract: Incorporating the Pacific World in the Early American History Survey
Date: 12/28/15
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2015/12/incorporating-pacific-world-early-american-history-survey/
Blog Title: AHA Today

Transforming the US History Survey with a Focus on Labor in the Atlantic World (Blog Post)
Title: Transforming the US History Survey with a Focus on Labor in the Atlantic World
Author: Kimberly D. Hill
Abstract: Transforming the US History Survey with a Focus on Labor in the Atlantic World
Date: 2/16/16
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2016/02/transforming-the-us-history-survey-with-a-focus-on-labor-in-the-atlantic-world/
Blog Title: AHA Today

Teaching Environmental History in US and World History Survey Courses (Blog Post)
Title: Teaching Environmental History in US and World History Survey Courses
Author: Allison Frickert-Murashige
Abstract: Teaching Environmental History in US and World History Survey Courses
Date: 4/6/16
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2016/04/teaching-environmental-history-in-us-and-world-history-survey-courses/
Blog Title: AHA Today

Unsettling US History Courses: A Reflection on My Experiences with Bridging Cultures (Blog Post)
Title: Unsettling US History Courses: A Reflection on My Experiences with Bridging Cultures
Author: Carlos Contreras
Abstract: Unsettling US History Courses: A Reflection on My Experiences with Bridging Cultures
Date: 2/2/16
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2016/02/unsettling-us-history-courses-a-reflection-of-my-experiences-with-bridging-cultures/
Blog Title: AHA Today

Pizza, PechaKucha, and Pedagogy (Blog Post)
Title: Pizza, PechaKucha, and Pedagogy
Author: Shannon Bontrager
Abstract: Pizza, PechaKucha, and Pedagogy
Date: 2/26/15
Primary URL: http://blog.historians.org/2015/02/pizza-pechakucha-pedagogy/
Blog Title: AHA Today


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