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Reading Together: Using Perusall to Gloss the Online Text, by Shawn Hill

Shawn Hill, Instructional Technologist

Fordham University

Tools and Repositories

Perusall

Gallica, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, digitized manuscripts

Sources Used for this Demo

Presentation Slides

To cite this page:

Hill, Shawn. “Reading Together: Using Perusall to Gloss the Online Text,” Middle Ages for Educators, July 14, 2020. Accessed [date].

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Women of 1000 AD, by Meg Hyland

Meg Hyland

MSc, University of Edinburgh

Discussion Questions

  1. What are the benefits for medievalists of learning about what was going on in the Americas at the same time? What are the drawbacks of bringing the Americas under the “medieval” umbrella? Consider the existing archaeological periodizations of the Americas as well as the effects on Native peoples today.
  2. What does historical reconstruction art offer that more traditional academic output might not? What compromises must an artist make that a historian writing an article or book might not have to think about or might not accept?
  3. How are medieval women and historical women of colour represented in art you’ve been exposed to, whether in public art, pop culture or textbooks?
  4. Looking through the stories on this website, did anything surprise you about the options women had open to them or the roles women could play in their societies?

Links

Women of 1000 AD website

Further Reading

Sheridan, Sara. Where Are the Women? A Guide to an Imagined Scotland. Historic Environment Scotland (2019).

Clados, Christine. Reconstructing the Pre-Columbian World. University of Wisconsin Madison (2004).

Global Middle Ages Project

Sources for images

Godlewski, Włodzimierz, “Bishops and Kings. The official program of the Pachoras (Faras) Cathedrals”, Between the Cataracts. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference for Nubian Studies Warsaw University 27 August-2 September 2006. Part 1. Main Papers (2008), pp. 263-282.

Korpisaari, Antti, and Martti Pärssinen, Pariti: The Ceremonial Tiwanaku Pottery of an Island in Lake Titicaca. Helsinki: Finnish Academy of Science and Letters (2011).

To Cite This Page

Hyland, Meg. “Women of 1000 AD,” Middle Ages for Educators, July 18, 2020. Accessed[date]. /http://middleagesforeducators.com/course-materials/women-of-1000-ad-by-meg-hyland/


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Podcasting and Pedagogy, by Nicholas Paul

Nicholas Paul

Fordham University

Sources Referenced in this Video

Introduction

Edison/Infinite Dial Data about Podcasting and the US Public

K-12 Education

WNYC Podcast competition

Khe Foon Hew, “Use of Audio Podcasting in K-12 and Higher Education: A Review of Research Topics and Methodologies,” Education Technology Research and Development 57:3 (2009): 333-357 

Access

Podcast Accessibility

Hearing Loss Accessibility and Your Podcast

Top 5 Ways to Make Your Podcast Accessible 

Podcasting and the Past

Examples: Scholarship Made Accessible

“History Mondays” (France Culture- in French)

“In Our Time” (BBC) 

Throughline Podcast (NPR)

Footnoting History

Examples: Specialist Podcasts

Ottoman History

Byzantium & Friends

Practicalities: Recording and Editing

Garageband Tutorial for Podcasters: How to Setup, Record, and Edit a Podcast on a Mac

Record a Podcast on Zoom

Blanket Forts and Pantyhose: How to Set up a Decent Podcast Studio at Home:

How to Start Your Own Podcast (a good one for using Audacity)

Sample Prompt

Fordham University (2020) Podcast Sample Prompt. HIST 6078: The Crusader States: The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099-1291. Bronx, New York, Nicholas Paul.

Crusader States Course (a graduate-level Medieval Studies course 2015 and 2018) 

More Fordham Medieval Studies Digital Projects (also great for teaching!) 

Oxford Outremer Map Project

Online Medieval Sources Bibliography

Medieval Londoners

French of England

French of Outremer

French of Italy

And More…

To Cite this Page

Paul, Nicholas. “Podcasting and PedagogyMiddle Ages for Educators, July 15, 2020. Accessed [date].http://middleagesforeducators.com/uncategorized/podcasting-and-pedagogy,-by-nicholas-paul/

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Digital Exhibitions on Artsteps, by Elizabeth Lastra

Elizabeth Lastra

The University of Hong Kong

Tools and Repositories

Artsteps

Sources Used for this Demo

Slides

Artsteps Guide

Islamic Chinoiserie by Stephanie Yang

To cite this page

Lastra, Elizabeth. “Digital Exhibitions on Artsteps.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 16, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/uncategorized/digital-exhibitions-on-artsteps,-by-elizabeth-lastra/

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Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists, by Leah Shopkow

Leah Shopkow

Indiana University, Bloomington

Sources Referenced in this Video

Slides

Annotated Bibliography

Shopkow, Leah. “Annotated Bibliography: Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists,” Middle Ages for Educators, [date accessed].

Poster Assignment

Indiana University, Bloomington. (2016). Poster Prompt and Assessment Rubric for Final Assignment. History B204: Medieval Heroes. Bloomington, Illinois: Leah Shopkow.

To cite this page

Shopkow, Leah. “Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 14, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/online-teaching/thinking-about-pedagogy-as-medievalists,-by-leah-shopkow/