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D16.16 .D45 1982 [Info] Foundations of Psychohistory, by Lloyd DeMause (illustrated HTML at psychohistory.com)
D16.2 .N513 [Info] On the Use and Abuse of History for Life, by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, trans. by Ian Johnston
D16.2 .P5 [Info] New History for Old: Discussions on Aims and Methods in Writing and Teaching History (c1931), by Lorne Pierce (HTML in Canada; NO US ACCESS)
D16.2 .R38 2004 [Info] A Consumer's Guide to High School History Textbooks (Washington, DC: Thomas B. Fordham Institute, 2004), by Diane Ravitch (PDF with commentary at edexcellence.net)
D16.25 .P56 [Info] The Politics of Knowledge: Area Studies and the Disciplines (2002), ed. by David L. Szanton (PDF with commentary at escholarship.org)
D16.255 .C65 K45 2013 [Info] Teaching History in the Digital Age (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2013), by T. Mills Kelly (HTML with commentary at digitalculture.org)
D16.255 .C65 P37 2014 [Info] Pastplay: Teaching and Learning History with Technology (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2014), ed. by Kevin B. Kee (HTML with commentary at digitalculture.org)
D16.3 .P4 1962 [Info] The Education of Historians for the Twenty-First Century (2004), by Thomas Bender, Philip M. Katz, Colin Palmer, and American Historical Association (illustrated HTML at historians.org)
D16.3 .P4 1962 [Info] The Education of Historians in the United States (1962), by Dexter Perkins and John L. Snell (illustrated HTML at historians.org)
D16.4 .A8 R63 2013 [Info] Whose History? Engaging History Students Through Historical Fiction (Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press, c2013), by Grant Rodwell (PDF with commentary at Adelaide)
D16.7 .V8 [Info] The Ruins: or, Meditation on the Revolutions of Empires; and The Law of Nature, by C.-F. Volney (Gutenberg text)
D16.8 .A2 [Info] The Degradation of the Democratic Dogma (New York: Macmillan, 1919), by Henry Adams, contrib. by Brooks Adams (multiple formats at archive.org)
D16.8 .A5 [Info] Variations on a Theme: History as Knowledge of the Past (Lawrence, KS: Coronado Press, 1970), by George LaVerne Anderson (HTML in Italy)
D16.8 .A638 1994 [Info] History and Tropology: The Rise and Fall of Metaphor (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), by F. R. Ankersmit (HTML at UC Press)
D16.8 .B812 1955 [Info] Force and Freedom: An Interpretation of History (New York: Meridian Books, 1955), by Jacob Burckhardt, ed. by James Hastings Nichols (page images at HathiTrust)
D16.8 .G67 1992 [Info] Understanding History: An Introduction to Analytical Philosophy of History (1992), by J. L. Gorman (PDF with commentary at Ottawa)
D16.8 .G85 2014 [Info] The History Manifesto (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2014), by Jo Guldi and David Armitage (HTML and PDF with commentary at cambridge.org)
D16.8 H43 [Info] The Philosophy of History, by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, trans. by J. Sibree, contrib. by Charles Hegel (PDF at McMaster)
D16.8 .M286 [Info] On the Philosophy of History, by Jacques Maritain, ed. by Joseph W. Evans (illustrated HTML at Notre Dame)
D16.8 .R62 1995 [Info] Nothing But History: Reconstruction and Extremity after Metaphysics (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995), by David D. Roberts (HTML at UC Press)
D16.8 .S46 [Info] The Economic Interpretation of History (original journal version), by Edwin R. A. Seligman (PDF at McMaster)
D16.8 .W7 1915 [Info] The Purpose of History (New York: Columbia University Press, 1915), by Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (multiple formats at archive.org)
D16.9 .B35 [Info] Crises in European History (second edition; New York: National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party, 1916), by Gustav Bang, trans. by Arnold Petersen (multiple formats at archive.org)
D16.9 .C7613 [Info] Historical Materialism and the Economics of Karl Marx, by Benedetto Croce, trans. by C. M. Meredith (HTML at McMaster)
D16.9 .K44 1929 [Info] How the Gods Were Made: A Study in Historical Materialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co., ca. 1929), by John Keracher

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