Our newest H/21 teaching module, Hunting, Imperialism and the Wilderness has been published! Written by Erica Mukherjee, NYU-Shanghai, this lets of lessons compares masculinity, race, power, and ideas about nature in British East Africa, the U.S. West, and colonial India. It begins by asking students their experiences with and understanding of the wilderness. It then introduces to these three locations during the age of New Imperialism. Students learn to read against the grain, to consider the experiences of people whom the white men producing so many sources from this era marginalized. Students have reported really enjoying re-thinking possible relationships with the natural world and appreciate learning to see legacies of imperialism in the around them!