Polychronicon 113: slavery in 20th-century America


By Tony McConnell, published 1st December 2003

Polychronicon was a fourteenth-century chronicle that brought together much of the knowledge of its own age. Our Polychronicon in Teaching History is a regular feature helping school history teachers to update their subject knowledge, with special emphasis on recent historiography and changing interpretation. This edition of 'Polychronicon' is on 'Interpreting the interpreters: slavery in twentieth-century America'.

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