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2012 Annual Meeting: Session 232: Whither the Future of the History Textbook

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2012

At the American Historical Association's 126th Annual Meeting in Chicago: session chair Timothy Thurber (Virginia Commonwealth University), and panelists William Lombardo (Bedford/St. Martin's), Daniel J. Czitrom (Mount Holyoke College), Ann West (Wadsworth/Cengage Learning), and Janice L. Reiff (University of California at Los Angeles) discuss the current state of the history textbook in the fully digital educational world of the early 21st century, and how they think it will adapt in the years to come.

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