I teach modern Asian and international history topics in the History department of Bishop’s University. Course outlines are available through Bishop’s University – humanities division for sessions 2012-present. Courses include “New Histories of the United Nations”; “Asia: Constructing a Region”; “Memory Truth and Reconciliation in the Developing World”; “Canada and the World in the 20th Century”; “Modern China”; “Modern Southeast Asia,” and others. Recipient of divisional teaching award for Humanities, 2015-16.
I use simulations of historical events for some courses. An offering of History 105 (Twentieth century world) included simulations of the Paris peace conference in 1919 and the Bandung conference of African and Asian states in 1955. This method is inspired by the Reacting to the Past concept.
My course on memory, truth and reconciliation in the developing world is based around student Wikipedia articles on truth commissions. Here’s the course page for the 2013 offering on Wikipedia. And here’s the dashboard for the 2016 offering.
Previously I taught International Studies at the University of Regina. One project was a web site of student essays from a course on Non-Governmental Organizations.