Children & Youth in History
May 01, 2010

Posted by BDMHistorian

I was recently lucky enough to come across the Children and Youth in History website, created by George Mason University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, which is a very well done and easy-to-navigate page that links available primary sources and specific case studies. The site also offers teaching modules that can be used in the classroom and reviews of websites that cover related subjects.

The site's categories are sorted by continent, making it very easy to find exactly what you're looking for in your research. Imagine my surprise, however, when I opened the European section of the website reviews and found our BDM site at the very top, reviewed by Susan Douglass of George Mason University. (I sincerely hope I am linking the correct Susan Douglass - if I am not, please correct me so that I can properly include her bio.)

You can see the review here.