Since we are 3 curators now, we could try to tidy up a little bit in the history department. Feel free to join us if you are interested in improving this wiki (ask Ben@memrise.com) or just join the discussion.
At the moment, the list of courses is so long (actually World History should also be included as well as some older courses in random facts and American history could be a subtopic) that it is impossible to find anything. If we figure out a good subdivision of the courses, we could ask the Memrise staff for help to create some subtopics, all within the same wiki, that is with the same pool of words. My first ideas are the following (feel free to correct my English, i am not native in English):
Regional categories (like World, American, European, Asian History, etc maybe later more individual countries with many entries like UK, Germany, etc)
Temporal categories (Antique, medieval, modern, 20th century, or similar)
Topics with similar course structures (Timeline courses; Historic people courses including all the popular "Monarch", President, etc courses (in the format "years in office" --> name); "Quiz" courses that give a description instead of a date (like Greed gods); Private courses that ignore the structure of the wiki (initally, we could move most courses into this category as a kind of pool until appropriate for the wiki), and similar categories
A mix or 2 layer subdivision of regional/temporal topics (maybe necessary in the future, but would be quite the overkill at the moment).
For the present mix of courses, my favourite would be the Timeline/People/Quiz/Pool subdivision, hopefully with better keywords. And a more detailed subdivision in the future if necessary.
What do you think?