Making the History of 1989
Making the History of 1989 was launched in 2009 by George Mason University's Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (then known as the Center for History and New Media). The project was conceived as a means of teaching high school and college students the revolutionary events which preceded the fall of the Soviet Union. Making the History 1989 showcases source materials covering Eastern Europe's social, cultural and political events and their global impact. The project was designed to teach students how history is made by historians, how evidence is analyzed and how narratives are crafted.
Brandan P. Buck