Reader Comments


by Polydeukes Coeus (2023-10-18)

Thank you for sharing this interesting perspective on the teaching of history. It's important for educators to be mindful of the information they choose to include in their courses and how they present it to students duck life. Your article highlights the ways in which colonialism and essentialized understandings of race and nation can be perpetuated through classroom practices, particularly through the use of space.

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