Category Archives: Maza, Sarah C.
Sarah Maza and Spencer Willard discuss teacher preparation and the teaching of European and North American history in American high schools and universities. They count enthusiasm, two-way discourse, and engagement as their best tools to teach students critical thinking. At … Continue reading
Sarah Maza discusses the diamond necklace affair, an episode that illuminates the role of gender and sexuality in French revolutionary culture. Patricia Meyer Spacks discusses boredom as a cultural phenomenon. 473 – Scandal and Boredom
Sarah Maza discusses her forthcoming study, Private Vices, Public Virtues: Literature, Law, and Public Opinion in France 1762-1789 449 – Private Vices, Public Virtues