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Ban the Bullet-Point! Content-Based PowerPoint for Historians.
POWERPOINTAROUSES MANY STRONG FEELINGS, but the debate over the popular program typically pits advocates against detractors: fewer people discuss how PowerPoint should best be used in the classroom.Expand
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Digital archives and history research: feedback from an end‐user
This paper summarizes the abstract qualities that historians look for in their sources, and then compares various digital archives both qualitatively and quantitatively, highlighting design features that enhance or detract from the ease of use. Expand
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Multiple Nationalism: National Concepts in Nineteenth-Century Hungary and Benedict Anderson's “Imagined Communities”
Nineteenth-century Slovaks expressed loyalty to both a Hungarian “political nation” and a Slavic “cultural” or “linguistic” nation, and invoked multiple linguistic nations, variously imagined asExpand
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Why the Slovak Language Has Three Dialects: A Case Study in Historical Perceptual Dialectology
Linguists have long been aware that the ubiquitous distinction between “languages” and “dialects” has more to do with political and social forces, typically nationalism, than with objectiveExpand
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Choosing Slovakia: Slavic Hungary, the Czechoslovak Language and Accidental Nationalism
At the turn of the nineteenth century, Hungary was the site of a national awakening. While Hungarian-speaking Hungarians sought to assimilate Hungary's ethnic minorities into a new idea ofExpand
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Nationalizing Sexuality: Sexual Stereotypes in the Habsburg Empire
Dans cet article, L'A se penche sur l'influence de la sexualite sur le sentiment national au sein de l'empire austro-hongrois au XIXeme siecle. L'A analyse ici comment le comportement sexuel desExpand
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Assessment Strategies for a History Exam, or, Why Short-Answer Questions Are Better than In-Class Essays.
THE IN-CLASS ESSAY is not an effective means to assess student ability in a history exam. History teachers should instead ask short-answer questions in order to test what the American HistoricalExpand
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Typologies and phases in nationalism studies: Hroch's A-B-C schema as a basis for comparative terminology
The study of nationalism encompasses so many themes that scholarly communication between different subfields has become difficult. Scholars might facilitate comparison by acknowledging differentExpand
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Literary dialects in China and Slovakia: imagining unitary nationality with multiple orthographies
Pan-Slavic language planners in Slovakia, the language policy of the first Czechoslovak republic, and one of the many Chinese attempts to latinize Chinese suggest that patriotic language plannersExpand
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Patriots Against Fashion: Clothing and Nationalism in Europe's Age of Revolutions
Introduction: Clothing and Nationalism Studies 1. Fashion as a Social Problem 2. The Tyranny of Queen Fashion 3. The Sumptuary Mentality 4. The Discovery of the Uniform 5. Absolutist NationalExpand
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