New Lectures Series Demonstrates the Power of Present-Centric(TM) History

 

Free yourself from your intellectual dependence on “professional” historians!  It is possible.  I will show you how! The course starts March 20. (Not the 21st, as was previously posted in error.) See the full course description for details.

Over ten years ago, I started helping adults overcome the tragic deficit of historical-literacy that modern education has imposed on us by offering “A First History for Adults.”  That program helped hundreds of students learn history more productively than ever before.  I also launched “History At Our House”—the distance teaching program that has allowed thousands of children to get the history education they deserve from the start—no matter where they live.  The methods I have learned are all being incorporated into my forthcoming book, The History of Now, an  introductory history of the world that will demonstrate in a new way why Thomas Jefferson said that “History is that knowledge most useful to us.”  And now I’m going to show you not merely what I’ve learned, but how you can do it yourself!  “Be Your Own Historian,” starting March 20, will reveal every essential secret I have learned about the rapid, efficient acquisition of powerful historical knowledge.

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