History Compass

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Editor-in-Chief: Laura Smoller

Online ISSN: 1478-0542


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Listen to our editors/authors discuss ethnogenesis in the Europe section, and the repatriation of Aboriginal remains in the Australasia/Pacific section.

History Compass Teaching Guides Written by the authors of selected History Compass articles, these guides offer a range of ideas to help inspire students, including focus questions, suggested reading, useful links and sample syllabi.

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