Here you’ll find all of our articles with teaching strategies to bring a discussion of borderlands history into your classroom. We’ll keep this section updated as we add new content.

Teaching Borderlands History to Undergraduates, Part I: Framing Your Course

Teaching Borderlands History to Undergraduates, Part II: What’s Worked and What Hasn’t

Teaching Borderlands History to Undergraduates, Part III:  The U.S.-Mexico Border as a Subject of Historical Inquiry

Dare to Compare: Attempting Comparative Transnational and Borderlands History

On Recent Books and Teaching

Teaching North American Borderlands History Online

On Thinking about Borderlands in World History


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