HSS Framework 7th Grade
California History-Social Science Framework for K-12 Public Education
Chapter 11 - World History and Geography: Medieval and Early Modern Times
HSS Framework Resources / UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
Yijing’s Descriptions of Srivijaya (c. 671 to 695 CE)
The Talang Tuwo Inscription from Palembang, South Sumatra (684 CE)
Compiled by Professor Lance Nolde, CSU Channel Islands
Hall, Kenneth R. A History of Early Southeast Asia: Maritime Trade and Societal Development, 100-1500. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2011. (Chapter 4).
Lockard, Craig A. Southeast Asia in World History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. (Chapters 2 & 3).
Other Curriculum Materials
Intersections: World Arts and Local Lives - Audio & Lesson Guides / UCLA Fowler Museum
Weavers' Stories from Island Southeast Asia - Videos / UCLA Fowler Museum
Art of the Austronesians: The Legacy of Indo-Pacific Voyaging - Podcasts / UCLA Fowler Museum
Art in Action: Textiles of Southeast Asia / UCLA Fowler Museum
UCLA History-Geography Project Curriculum Resources for World History
How did trade connections between the Gupta Empire in India facilitate the spread of Buddhist and Hindu ideas and beliefs in Srivijaya? / UCLA History-Geography Project
Did the Caste System Unite Ancient Indian Society? / UCLA History-Geography Project
What Does a HSS Framework-aligned History Classroom Look Like? / UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
The Futile Quest for Coverage, Part II / Beth Slutsky, Ph.D., California History-Social Science Project
Nishapur: Professor Beeta Baghoolizadeh (Bucknell)
Baghdad: Professor Michael Cooperson (UCLA)
Baghoolizadeh, Beeta and Alex Shams, Rustin Zarkar. "Ferdowsi's Legacy Examining Persian Nationalist Myths of the Shahnameh." Ajam Media Collective, 17 Jan. 2013.
Bulliet, Richard W. The Patricians of Nishapur: A Study in Medieval Islamic Social History. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1972. (Introduction & Chapter 1)
Cooperson, Michael. "Daily Life in Baghdad." In E. Selove (Ed.), Baghdad at the Centre of a World, 8th-13th Century: An Introductory Textbook (pp. 23-29). Theran Press, 2019.
Güther, Sebastian. "Knowledge and Learning in Baghdad." In E. Selove (Ed.), Baghdad at the Centre of a World, 8th-13th Century: An Introductory Textbook (pp. 83-91). Theran Press, 2019.
Excavations at Nishapur / Metropolitan Museum
Artifacts from medieval Nishapur / British Museum
Zahak in World War II / Postcards drawn by Kem (Kimon Evan Marengo 1907-1988) for the British Ministry of Information
Historical maps of the Middle East / Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago
Other Curriculum Materials
Teaching the Middle East: A Resource for Educators / University of Chicago Library
Rethinking the Region: New Approaches to 9-12 U.S. Curriculum on the Middle East & North Africa / teach-mena.org
Daily Life in Mediaval Nishapur from Art of the Islamic World: A Resource for Educators / Metropolitan Museum
Common Core Math and Islamic Art / Philadelphia Museum of Art
Islamic Art and Geometric Design: Activities for Learning / Metropolitan Museum
How was the city of Nishapur a site of encounter? / UCLA History-Geography Project
How does poetry help us understand how people thought and felt in 1200s-1300s Southwest Asia? / UCLA History-Geography Project
What is the significance of Islamic navigation tools? / UCLA History-Geography Project