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ABOUT WORLD HISTORY COMMONS
World History Commons provides free, quality resources for teaching world and global history.

With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) George Mason University is partnering with the World History Association and Associate Professor Adam Clulow (Monash University, Australia) to create World History Commons.

This Open Educational Resource (OER), will provide high quality, peer-reviewed resources for teaching and research in world and global history. World History Commons will introduce new humanities scholarship and pedagogy while preserving and enhancing widely-used resources from World History Matters, the award-winning, NEH-funded collection of world history websites, and the Global History Reader, a collaboration between scholars at Monash University and Warwick University (UK). Content includes website reviews, primary sources, and teaching and methods guides.

The website will launch in fall 2019 and will add new content over the next 2 years.

Steering Committee
Kelly Schrum • Jessica Otis • Merry Wiesner-Hanks • Adam Clulow

Advisory Board
Peter Folorunsho Adebayo • Lauren Benton • Anne Gerritsen • Trevor R. Getz • Candice Goucher • Mills Kelly • Lazare Ki-Zerbo • Angela A. Lee • Nicole Magie • Héctor Maldonado • Patrick Manning • Shingo Minamizuka • Laura Mitchell • Alexandre Moreli • Jack Norton • Glenda Sluga • Carolien Stolte • Roland Wenzlhuemer

ABOUT WORLD HISTORY COMMONS
World History Commons provides free, quality resources for teaching world and global history.
Supporters
World History Commons is made possible due to funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. We also wish to extend a heartfelt thanks to the following individuals for their generous donations. Without their contributions, we would not be able to make the entirety of these resources available to educators around the world.
  • Dr. Peter N. Stearns and Ms. Donna L. Kidd