Reacting to the Past offers over 20 published titles, as well as dozens of games in development.
REACTING TO THE PAST
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"I've never seen students this engaged. They write more than the assignments require; everyone [...] participates vigorously in the debates. They read important texts with real understanding."
—Larry Carver, Director of the Liberal Arts Honors Programs, University of Texas at Austin
“Reacting to the Past will revitalize your classroom, change you and your students—whatever you teach."
—José Bowen, President & Professor of Music, Goucher College
"To imagine how people very different from oneself in a different time and place might have behaved, and, more importantly, why they behaved that way, is critical to a humanistic education."
—Eric Orlin, Professor of Classics, University of Puget Sound