Using primary sources from our Women & the American Story curriculum, discuss how women experienced this concept differently across race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Explore how to empower students to engage with the legacies of Reconstruction critically, through a lens of historical knowledge and ethical reflection.
Through hands-on activities and discussion, we will explore how to integrate Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me into the classroom curriculum.
Explore this year’s National History Day theme “Breaking Barriers.” Learn how to engage students in historical research through project-based learning
Explore the lives of women in pre-modern and contemporary China through Confucianism, foot-binding, and livelihood with Barnard College historian Dorothy Ko.
Consider the intersection of immigration, race, and politics in cities throughout the world using the great immigrant city of New York as an example.