Average Rating 0 Reviews View This teaching resource offers a unique approach to world history. Rather than highlighting geographic areas as distinct civilizations and/or nations, these materials introduce the history of the Mediterranean region by focusing on shared cultural, economic, religious and social practices that informed society at the time. The website includes six teaching modules with multiple detailed lesson plans covering the Mediterranean region from its formation through to the present. Each module comes with an introductory overview and its classroom applications. Each module can be downloaded for use. Six Modules: 1. Framing the Mediterranean in Space and Time 2. The Mediterranean and Beyond in Antiquity 3. Becoming Global and Staying Local: The Mediterranean from 300-1500 CE 4. Mediterranean Transformations in a Changing Global Context, 1450-1800 5. Reform and Social Change in the Mediterranean, 1798-1914 6. The Modern Mediterranean, 1945-Present Related Resources TeachMidEast: Art, Language and CultureHistory & Culture Qatar: Country ProfileHistory & Culture Annotated Bibliography: Individual & Communal IdentitiesHistory & Culture How 9/11 Shaped U.S. Foreign PolicyHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.