Instructors have used the Collaborative Translation Project in different ways in a wide variety of courses. The purpose of gathering materials here (course websites, syllabi, and assignments) is to share ideas about how to use the Collaborative Translation Project in the classroom. Please browse these materials if you are contemplating teaching with the Collaborative Translation Project. And do consider sending us your syllabus, assignment, or website link once you've incorporated the CTP into your course. Teaching, too, can be collaborative!
If you would like your teaching resources to be included in this list, please contact Dena Goodman (firstname.lastname@example.org). To ensure broad access to the material, we can only accept PDF files and URLs.
French 16: Society and the Self in Early Modern France (Malina Stefanovska, UCLA)
History 200/Music 228: The Age of Genius: The Enlightenment through Music and History (Michael Grace and Tip Ragan, Colorado College)
History 21H.433: The Age of Reason: Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Jeffrey Ravel, MIT)
History 324: Enlightenment and European Society (Alyssa Sepinwall, California State University - San Marcos)
History 287: Enlightenment Culture (Tip Ragan, Colorado College)
History J300-22548: The Enlightenment? Culture and Knowledge in Eighteenth-Century Europe (Rebecca L. Spang, Indiana University)
History 321H.346: France 1660-1815: Enlightenment, Revolution, Napoleon (Jeffrey Ravel, MIT)
History 323: The French Enlightenment (Dena Goodman, University of Michigan)
When Wikipedists Meet Encyclopedists... (Marie-Pascale Pieretti, Drew University)