Tag Archives: Stanford University

The Stanford University Spatial History Project – a new view of history

This is reblogged from my post at FreeTech4Teachers.

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Stanford University’s Spatial History Project is a community that combines humanities research with “spatial, textual and visual analysis.” On their about page, they explain that as scholars, they realize the significance and importance of displaying information…

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The Stanford University Spatial History Project – a new view of history.

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Stanford University – the Historical Jesus

An amazing look at the historical figure that was Jesus Christ. Leading New Testament Scholars and Biblical Historians present this Stanford Continuing Education course. You can download the lectures free on iTunes U at this link.

This is an interesting over-view of a potentially controversial topic – addressing the historical, rather than religious, view a man who has impacted civilizations, kings, and empires.

Stanford iTunes U – Hannibal Crossing the Alps

Stanford has one of the best iTunes U collections – you can literally put Stanford in your pocket and carry it with you.

One of my favorite Lectures is Stanford’s series on Hannibal by Patrick Hunt. It’s informative, entertaining, and best of all – Free!!