Learn about the women who fought for equality in the industrialized workplace and the struggles they faced.
Learn how to bring Muhammad Ali’s compelling life story into the classroom.
View exquisite Hudson River School paintings at the New York Historical Society and learn about this art movement.
Explore this exciting part of New York’s history on Wednesday, December 14.
The event takes place on December 1, at The New York Historical Society
Clarence Taylor, Professor of History at Baruch College and author of Reds at the Blackboard: Communism, Civil Rights and the New York City Teachers Union, will discuss the connections between education, labor, and the fight for equal rights.
Join the Metropolitan Opera and the Shakespeare Society for an exploration of Shakespeare, Opera, and Romanticism.
The 19th-century sugar trade was a tangled web of people and processes that spanned the Western Hemisphere. Using materials from our Nueva York: 1613-1945 curriculum, learn about the financial and human cost of New York’s sweet tooth.
Join R.B. Bernstein, Professor of law at New York Law School, and Maeva Marcus, Director of the Institute for Constitutional History, as they discuss who the Founding Fathers actually were, what they believed, and what they meant in their writings.
After a long and bloody Civil War, the United States faced its greatest challenge yet: piecing together the broken union. Confront the tumultuous history of the Reconstruction Era and understand how its impact is still felt today.