PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND ASSESSMENTS
In reverse-chronological order:
- Secord, James A, David Pace, Yidi Wu, Jessica Blatt, Sean Jacobs, Saundra Schwartz, Rebecca Ard Boone, Suzanne M. Marilley, and M. Alison Kibler. “Reviews of Role-Playing Classroom Games: Reacting to the Past.” The American Historical Review 125, no. 1 (February 2020): 146–59. https://doi.org/10.1093/ahr/rhaa081.
- Clary, Katie Stringer. "Reacting to the (Public) Past™: Innovations in Public History Pedagogy" International Public History, 2.1 (2019)
- Gasper-Hulvat, Marie. "Gaming the Guerrilla Girls", Journal for Research & Practice in College Teaching, 3:2 (2018), pp 29-33.
- Joyce, Kathryn E, Andy Lamey, and Noel Martin. "Teaching Philosophy Through a Role-Immersion Game: Reacting to the Past", Teaching Philosophy, 41:2 (June 2018), pp175-198. DOI: 10.5840/teachphil201851487
- Buchanan, Thomas C. and Edward Palmer. "Role immersion in a history course: Online versus face-to-face in Reacting to the Past", Computers & Education, Vol 108 (May 2018), pp 85-95.
- Albright, Christine L. "Harnessing Students' Competitive Spirit: Using Reacting to the Past to Structure the Introductory Greek Culture Class" in The Classical Journal, Vol. 112, No. 3 (February-March 2017), pp 364-379.
- Weidenfeld, Matthew C. and Kenneth E. Fernandez. "Does Reacting to the Past Increase Student Engagement? An Empirical Evaluation of the Use of Historical Simulations" in Teaching Political Theory, Journal of Political Science Education (May 2016), DOI: 10.1080/15512169.2016.1175948.
- Olwell, Russell and Azibo Stevens. "'I had to double check my thoughts': How the Reacting to the Past Methodology Impacts First-Year College Student Engagement, Retention, and Historical Thinking" in The History Teacher 48, No. 3 (May 2015), pp 561-572.
- Weston, Anthony. "From Guide on the Side to Impresario with a Scenario" in College Teaching 63, No. 3 (June 2015), pp 99-104.
- Burke, Kevin R. "Roleplaying Music History: Honing General Education Skills via 'Reacting to the Past'" in Journal of Music History Pedagogy [S.I.], v. 5, n. 1, p. 1-21, apr. 2014.
- Lazrus, P. K. and G. K. McKay, "The Reacting to the Past Pedagogy and Engaging the First Year Student", in J. E. Groccia (Ed.), L. Cruz (assoc. Ed.) To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional, and Organizational Development. Colorado: POD (Professional and Organizational Development network). San Francisco: Jossey Bass 2013, pp 315-416.
- Henderson, David E. and Susan K. Henderson. "Challenging the Food Pyramid - A Reacting to the Past Simulation Game for Chemistry and Nutrition Courses." in Keith Symcox, ed., Using Food to Stimulate Interest in the Chemistry Classroom, ACS Symposium Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 2013.
- Gorton, William and Jonathan Havercroft. "Using Historical Simulations to Teach Political Theory." Journal of Political Science Education 8, No. 1 (Jan 2012): 50-68.
- Burney, John, Richard Gid Powers, and Mark Carnes. "Reacting to the Past: A New Approach to Student Engagement and to Enhancing General Education." White Paper Report submitted to the Teagle Foundation, 2010.
- Kelly, Kathleen A. "A Yearlong General Education Course Using “Reacting to the Past” Pedagogy to Explore Democratic Practice." International Journal of Learning 16.11 (2009): 147-55.
- Lightcap, Tracy. "Creating Political Order: Maintaining Student Engagement through Reacting to the Past." PS: Political Science and Politics (2009), 42: 175-179.
- Stroessner, Steven J., Laurie Susser Beckerman, and Alexis Whittaker. "All the World’s a Stage? Consequences of a Role-Playing Pedagogy on Psychological Factors and Writing and Rhetorical Skill in College Undergraduates."Journal of Educational Psychology 101 (2009), 605–620.
- Anderson, Carl A. and T. Keith Dix. "'Reacting to the Past' and the Classics Curriculum: Rome in 44 BCE." Classical Journal 103.4 (2008), 449-55.
- Henderson, David E. "Implementing Methodological Secularism: The Teaching and Practice of Science in Contentious Times," in Secularism & Science in the 21st Century (2008).
- Higbee, Mark D. "How Reacting to the Past Games 'Made Me Want to Come to Class and Learn': An Assessment of the Reacting Pedagogy." In Jeffrey L. Bernstein, ed., Making Learning Visible: The Scholarship of Learning at EMU. Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University, 2008.
- Porter, Adam."Role-Playing and Religion: Using Games to Educate Millenials." Teaching Theology & Religion 11, No. 4. (2008), 230-235.
- Davison, Ann and Sue Lantz Goldhaber. "Integration, Socialization, Collaboration: Inviting Native and Non-Native English Speakers into the Academy Through 'Reacting to the Past'", in Reclaiming the Public University: Conversations on General & Liberal Education (2007).
- Hughes, Amy E., Jill Stevenson, and Mikhail Gershovich. "Community through Discourse: Reconceptualizing Introduction to Theatre." Theatre Topics, Vol. 16, No. 1 (March 2006).
- Lee, Joseph Tse-Hei. "Teaching Nonviolence in Times of War." Academic Exchange Quarterly 9, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 240-245.
- Popiel, Jennifer J. Review: Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791. H-France Review Volume 5 (August 2005), No. 84.
- Slater, Niall W. "Re-Inventing the Trivium: Debate, Dialogue--and Empathy." LiberalArtsOnline Volume 5, Number 5, May 2005.