All author's blogs

- Big history and web site design
- Did Galileo overstate the magnification of his telescope? 
- Did Columbus falsify his latitude measurements?
- Reflections on observations in big history
- What about questions in learning goals?
- What to think about machines that think?
- Was the Juan de la Cosa map (1500 CE) an instrument to stake claims?
- How can we examine chance and necessity in big history?
- How did Europeans acquire the first accurate nautical charts and Arabic numerals?
- What about experimental history?
- How did European mariners chart unknown coastlines all around the world?
- Out-of-the-box thinking?
- How does it work?
- Concentration and dilution processes in big history
- What happened to showing one’s errors within academia?
- How could we look at the current upheavals of views of history with fresh eyes?
- How can the general model proposed in this book shed light on the current pandemic?
- The state of our world today
- Were metal suction pumps essential for making possible the Industrial Revolution?
- Are terms such as “sunrise” and “sunset” standing in the way of a better understanding of our common cosmic home?
- Peace on the Land Bridge?
International Big History Association
Un. of Amsterdam big history
Cosmic Evolution
Big History Project
Book: Teaching Big History
Bill Bryson: Short History of Nearly Everything
Other useful stuff on the web
Other big history
How to use the book
Course models
Learning goals and objectives
Teaching tools
Assignments (little big histories)
Answers to FAQs by students
Questions by students and teachers that go beyond the book
Examination models
Teaching big history