The following websites have been approved for use in the classroom by EDSITEment. Browse websites by subject area.
The War That Made America tells the story of the French and Indian War (1754-1763), which began in the wilderness of the Pennsylvania frontier and spread throughout the colonies, into Canada, and ultimately around the world. it is narrated and hosted by Graham Greene, the Academy-Award nominated actor for Dances With Wolves and an Oneida Indian whose ancestors fought in this war.
Contested Visions, funded in part by NEH and co-organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, examines the significance of indigenous peoples within the artistic landscape of colonial Latin America. The exhibition offers a comparative view of the two principal viceroyalties of Spanish America—Mexico and Peru—from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries.
History and Politics Out Loud is a searchable archive of politically significant audio materials for scholars, teachers, and students. It is a component of "Historical Voices," funded by the NEH in partnership with Michigan State University.
The University of South Carolina marked the centenary of Robert Louis Stevenson's death in 1894 with a special exhibition illustrating his life and writing career. The original exhibit included most of Stevenson's first editions, the early magazine publication of Treasure Island and other adventure stories, and a full range of his travel writings, sensation fiction, and later Scottish novels. This online version includes additional materials not included in the original exhibit as well as links to other sites of interest.
The NEH-funded Digital Sculpture Project, an activity of the World Heritage Laboratory, is a website devoted to studying ways in which 3D digital technologies can be applied to the capture, representation, and interpretation of sculpture from all periods and cultures.