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98 years ago today, the nation was gripped by the landmark court case history would remember as the “Scopes Monkey Trial.” The case pertained to the prosecution of John Scopes, a young science teacher in Tennessee who had taught evolution–a subject which had recently been deemed unlawful to broach– to his students.
Nearly a century after the dust from the case settled, the issues surrounding it such as separation of church and state, hegemonic forces dictating the parameters of education, and the pitfalls of engaging with media spectacle all continue to polarize modern society. The best protections against these recurring issues were–and remain to be–the temperance to resist sensationalization, which often obscures and muddies facts, and the drive to educate oneself.
We’d like to help there – at your leisure, check out our Bedford Series book on the Scopes Monkey Trial to learn more!
Like its predecessor cousin in English, the Bedford Bookshelf for American History allows instructors to assign a variety of titles (over 100 Bedford history titles for an amazingly low price!) This includes:
- our 3 major U.S. history franchises in volume splits,
- primary source readers,
- Bedford Series in History & Culture (60+ volumes),
- Bedford history tutorials,
- 2 full research and writing guides including Rampolla and Benjamin
Mix and match content (chapters, readings) to create a personalized collection for students. This simple solution gives instructors choice while providing students with access to affordable, quality learning materials.
If you’re interested in piloting this offer for Fall 2023, please see this flyer & fill out this form!
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