“The Americas in World History”

“Teaching World History”

Exhibitors

ABC-CLIO

ABC-Clio Exhibitor and patron of Thursday hospitality: 3:30-7:30 alsp providing books for raffle and 2 persons, Carolyn Neel and Monique Vallance, to care for registration desk while Rob is at the Executive Concil Meeting. Carolyn Neel CNeel@abc-clio.com

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Bedford, Freeman & Worth

Jacqueline M. Seltzer, CMP, CME
Bedford, Freeman & Worth
33 Irving Place
New York, New York 10003
Phone-212-375-7154
Fax-212-995-2907
Cell-347-739-5110

Bedford, Freeman & Worth Publishing Group


Bedford St Martins

Jacqueline M. Seltzer, CMP, CME
jseltzer@bfwpub.com

Bedford/St. Martin's is proud to publish innovative and affordable textbooks, multimedia materials, and primary sources for today's History classroom. To view our complete list of titles, including the Bedford Series in History and Culture, trade titles from our sister companies, textbooks, and professional resources, please visit us online at bedfordstmartins.com/history.

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Berkshire Publishing Group

For over a decade, readers curious about their world have turned to award-winning global library reference titles created by Berkshire Publishing Group. Berkshire is based in Great Barrington, Massachusetts (the small New England town where African American intellectual and activist W.E.B. DuBois grew up), and prides itself on its innovative resources for libraries and popular audiences. Written by international networks of expert authors, our latest titles—the Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport, and Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction—define what global reference is all about.



Brown University

Liza Bakewell
Brown University
54 Fairfields Farm Rd.
Freeport, ME 04032
lizabakewell@brown.edu

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Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press publishes the finest academic and educational writing from around the world. As a department of the University of Cambridge, its purpose is to further the University's objective of advancing knowledge, education, learning, and research. Cambridge is not just a leading British publisher, it is the oldest printer and publisher in the world and one of the largest academic publishers globally.

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Educational Testing Service

Lawrence Beaber, History Specialist
Assessment Development 36N
Educational Testing Service
Princeton, N.J. 08541
Voicemail: 609-683-2510
FAX 609-683-2600

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Houghton Mifflin Publishing

Nancy Blaine
Houghton Mifflin
215 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10003
212-420-5812
nancy_blaine@hmco.com

Rhonda Gliksman
Manager, Exhibits and Special Events
Houghton Mifflin Company
222 Berkeley Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02116
tel. 617.351.5843      fax. 617.351.1117
cell. 617.821.7236
email.  rhonda_gliksman@hmco.com


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M. E. Sharpe

Barbara Ladd
M.E. Sharpe
Armonk, NY 10504
bladd@mesharpe.com

M. E. Sharpe, publisher of "The Historian's Toolbox," "The History Highway" series, "The World That Trade Created," "Teaching World History," "Japan: A Documentary History," "Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?" "The World and a Small Place in Africa," "Atlas and Survey of Latin American History," the multivolume "Financial History of the United States," "Colonial America," "Global History," and "Art in World History," welcomes proposals for textbooks (new editions) and general reference works in all fields.

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Markus Wiener Publishers

Markus Wiener, publisher of innovative textbooks such as The West and The World by Kevin Reilly, The Human Drama by Don and Jean Johnson, Africa: A Short History by Robert O. Collins, and People and Issues in Latin American History is proud to display the new documentary history book Ibn Fadlan's Journey to Russia by Richard Frye and enlarged editions of Ibn Batutta in Black Africa and Al-Jabarti's Chronicle of Napoleon in Egypt. Also exhibited are The History of African Cities South of the Sahara by Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, World History: Global and Local Interactions edited by Patrick Manning, and Islamophobia and Antisemitism, a publication with the Palestine-Israel Journal. We welcome proposals for creative and unusual monographs and documentary readers that differ from the standard textbooks.

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McGraw-Hill

McGraw-Hill is proud to display at the World History Association meeting Jerry Bentley’s and Herbert Ziegler’s, Traditions & Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, Third Edition. We are also proud to announce the impending publication of Jerry Bentley’s, Herbert Ziegler’s, and Heather Street’s, Traditions & Encounters: A Brief Global History, First Edition. Also on display: Sanders et al., Encounters in World History; Sherman et al., World Civilizations; Wolf, Personalities and Problems; and many others.

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Developed by an editorial team headed by Mark Kishlansky of Harvard University, this new program gives you the opportunity to choose from more than and 300 primary and secondary sources from which you can create a reader that matches your course needs precisely!  Visit us at the WHA conference and at www.customhistory.com to learn more!


Mesolore: Exploring Mesoamerican Culture offers in multimedia format an interactive, cross-disciplinary introduction to current North American and European scholarship on Mesoamerican and Native American issues. From lectures by leading experts to debates and tutorials by scholars in the field to exquisitely rendered primary and secondary sources, Mesolore creates an interdisciplinary, multilingual environment for teaching, class discussion, and original research. Mesolore’s dynamic content can enliven your teaching and your student’s learning of history.

Pearson Custom Publishing

Create a custom reader for your World History course with Pearson Custom Publishing's new program, Meridians: Sources in World History! Developed by an editorial team headed by Mark Kishlansky of Harvard University, this new program gives you the opportunity to choose from more than and 300 primary and secondary sources from which you can create a reader that matches your course needs precisely! Visit us at the WHA conference and at www.customhistory.com to learn more!

Prentice Hall/Pearson Education

Jennifer Pioselli
Conventions Specialist
Pearson Education
One Lake Street
Upper Saddle River, NJ  07458
TEL: 201.236.5884
FAX: 201.236.5888
Jennifer.Pioselli@PearsonEd.com
jennifer.bryant@pearsoned.com

As the world's leading publisher of academic and reference textbooks, Prentice Hall is committed to providing the most innovative, flexible, and powerful educational materials available today.
Whether you are a student, an instructor, a prospective author, or a bookseller, this site is the place to find a host of solutions to today's classroom challenges-ranging from traditional textbooks and supplements to CD-ROMs, Companion Websites, and extensive distance learning offerings.

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Rand McNally

Rand McNally in 2006 is celebrating our 150th year as the leading supplier of geographic materials to educators, consumers, governments and industry. Please visit our tables in Long Beach to learn about innovative history and geography materials for educators.


Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group

Kate Andrews
Convention coordinator
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group
15200 NBN Way, Bldg. C
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214
Tel: (717)-794-3853
Rowman & is proud to announce two new text series, John McNeill’s and Jerry Bentley’s “Exploring World History” and Carl Guarneri’s “Internationalizing American History,” We are also pleased to offer new editions of Origins of the Modern World by Robert Marks, The Great Encounter of China and the West, 1500–1800, and The New Concise History of the Crusades. Stop by our table at the WHA conference, or visit www.RowmanLittlefield.com

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The California History Social Sciences Project

Nancy McTygue
Executive Director
njmctygue@ucdavis.edu
(530) 752-4383


The History Teacher

Connie George, Director
Society for History Education/The History Teacher
Business, Production and Membership Office
P.O. Box 1578
Borrego Springs, CA 92004 USA
phone and fax: (760) 767-5938
email: conniegeorge@thehistoryteacher.org
web: www.thehistoryteacher.org


The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia
(NCTA)

Linda Wojtan
NCTA National Visibility Coordinator
2501 Tartan Way
Springfield, IL 62711
Tel. 217 483 9420; Fax 217 483 9421

The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), funded by the Freeman Foundation, is a multi-year national initiative to encourage and facilitate teaching and learning about East Asia in world history, world geography, other social studies courses, and language arts/ world literature courses. Launched in 1998, this nationwide program is a collaboration of the East Asian studies programs of five institutions: the University of Washington, the University of Colorado, Indiana University, Columbia University, and the Five College Center for East Asian Studies at Smith College.

Since 1998 NCTA has supported seminars on East Asia for an average of 1,000 teachers per year across the country. Seminar leaders facilitate 30-hour seminars on East Asian history and cultures that incorporate primary-source selections from the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditions. Teachers receive a stipend upon completion of the seminar and seminar materials, an excellent selection of seminar materials, and a generous donation of exemplary curriculum materials. There is also a stipend for participation in follow-up meetings, opportunities to apply for NCTA study tours to East Asia, and additional enrichment programs. For details please visit: http://www.NCTAsia.org

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Thomson Gale

Thomson Gale™ (www.gale.com), a business of The Thomson Corporation, is a world leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses. Best known for its accurate and authoritative reference content as well as its intelligent organization of full-text magazine and newspaper articles, the company creates and maintains more than 600 databases that are published online, in print, as eBooks and in microform.

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The Scholar's Choice

Website www.scholarschoice.com

The Scholar’s Choice is a combined academic book exhibit service. They display recently published books and journals from university and scholarly publishers. The Long Beach meeting will be their third time at WHA.  Any member of WHA who wants their book included in the combined display should contact their publisher and ask that they contact Debby Pitts. Debby may be reached at djpitts@scholarschoice.com or at 585-262-2048 x108. Please ask your publisher to contact her.

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The Southern California Consortium on International Studies (SOCCIS)

Jonathan Weil, Director
Los Angeles Center for International Studies
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA
(310)338-7758
jweil@lmu.edu

The Southern California Consortium on International Studies (SOCCIS) is a voluntary association of public and private colleges and universities established in 1972 for the purpose of coordinating and sharing resources to further international studies in the southern California region. Through the various activities it sponsors, SOCCIS strengthens the institutional commitment to international and foreign area studies; it promotes and strengthens the network of faculty in the region; it encourages institutional and faculty commitment to an "internationalized" curriculum and provides means of enhancing faculty teaching capabilities in international and foreign area studies through seminars, workshops, and summer institutes, many of which are open to the general public; and it strives to ensure that the institutions of higher learning in this region offer curriculum that enable their students to gain an understanding of the lives and aspirations of the people of other countries near and far, an appreciation for cultures different from their own, and an attitude conducive toward international cooperation to solve the many human and ecological problems that cannot be remedied by one country acting alone. In keeping with these goals, SOCCIS also supports statewide and national efforts to strengthen international and foreign area studies and to improve the level of public awareness and understanding of other peoples and cultures and international events.

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The College Board

Amanda Jacklin
Program Associate, AP
The College Board
45 Columbus Ave.
New York, NY 10023-6992
Phone: 212-373-8731
Fax: 212-262-0946
Email: ajacklin@collegeboard.org



University of California Press

University of California Press, one of the most distinguished university presses in the
United States, enriches lives around the world by advancing scholarship in the
humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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University of California - Irvine

University Support

The Department of History, California State University at Pomona
Cal Poly Pomona

California State University Irvine

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