election

The Election and the Environment

October 05, 2020
Download Current Context Issue:  The Election and the Environment

Abstract:  Some argue that the 2020 U.S. presidential election is critical for slowing the effects of climate change. Heading into the election are two candidates who see the issue in starkly different terms.

Discord and Crisis: The 2020 Election

Join us for this free webinar series designed to help teachers empower their students to navigate this year's election.  All sessions will be held via Zoom from 4 - 5:30 pm.

  • UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project, the History & Civics Project at UC Santa Cruz, and the History Project at UC Davis
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Teaching the Election

August 21, 2020

A Professor of History at UC Davis, Kathryn Olmsted studies the cultural and political history of the United States since World War I. We interviewed Professor Olmsted to get her take on campaigns during times of crisis, the role of the media, and her best suggestions for government students this fall.

The Source: Teaching in 2020

August 18, 2020
New Issue of The Source Now Available for Download

We’re very excited to announce the release of the Fall 2020 edition of our online magazine, The Source.  This issue, entitled Teaching in 2020, is organized into four sections – the pandemic, the fight for racial justice, economic collapse, and the election – to offer insight, ideas, and the opportunity to hear from your colleagues across the state.  Articles include essays from leading historians on the historical context of the Black Lives Matter movement and the pandemic, the 2020 presidential election, and th