Teaching History 195: Perspectives in Time

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 26th June 2024

In this edition of Teaching History

03 Editorial (Read article)

04 HA Secondary News

06 Disembarking the religious rollercoaster: a new ‘direction’ for studying the consequences of the Reformation – Sarah Jackson-Buckley and Jessie Phillips (Read article)

18 ‘Public guardians, bold yet wary’? How visual evidence reflects change and continuity in attitudes to the police in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – Jane Card (Read article)

28 Cunning Plan... for studying medieval Ghana and Aksum – Thomas Knowles (Read article)

32 Using Stephen Tuck’s scholarship: lengthening Year 9’s narrative of the American civil rights movement – Ellie Osborne (Read article)

42 What Have Historians Been Arguing About...  immigration in French history – Daniel A. Gordon (Read article)

47 Come together: putting popular music at the heart of historical enquiry – David Ingledew (Read article)

60 Triumphs Show: Recovering the queer history of Weimar Germany in GCSE history – Lucy Cane (Read article)

64 ‘History has some truth, but we are not told the real truth’: tackling A-level students’ misconceptions about historical interpretations and the historiography of Scottish witchcraft – Maya Stiasny (Read article)

76 Move Me On: trainee has not been given any scope to learn to plan (Read article)

80 Mummy, Mummy...

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Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including What have historians been arguing about...?, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here.

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