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Current Programs

 

Summer 2014

Sites of Encounter in World History
June 23-26, 2014
This week-long workshop at CSULB explores events and places in world history where groups of people have experienced profound encounters. Previous themes have included empires, revolutions, and world travelers. The workshop includes content presentations for history scholars, standards-based curriculum, readings on contemporary scholarship and a range of primary source material. Continuing education credit is available to participants. This workshop is free.
To register for this program click here.

 

Teach India Summer Workshop
July 7-11, 2014
This week-long workshop at CSULB explores the history and culture of India through scholarly presentations, readings, and standards-based curriculum. This workshop is free and offers a stipend to participants.
This event is by invitation. For more information, please contact Dave Neumann: dave.neumann@csulb.edu



The Eugene and Eva Schlesinger Teacher Workshop on the Holocaust
July 14-18, 2014
This one-week workshop at CSULB features talks by noted Holocaust historians, presentations by teacher leaders, and high-quality classroom resources focused on the history of the Holocaust. The institute provides teachers with information about the historical context and major events of the Holocaust, as well as more detailed examination of particular themes that change each year. Continuing education credit is available. The institute is free to all participant and provides a $200 stipend to participants.
To register for this program click here.

 

The Cold War: Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress
July 21-25, 2014
This week-long workshop at CSULB offers teachers the opportunity to explore the resources of the Library of Congress, develop lessons for their classroom, and receive history instruction from university professors. The workshop is free and provides a stipend to participants.
For more information and to apply, please click here.

 

The Cold War Home Front in Southern California: NEH Landmarks in American History & Culture
July 27-August 1, 2014
This week-long NEH workshop provides participants with opportunities to learn about key themes in the development of the Cold War aerospace industry in Southern California through presentations by nationally-recognized scholars, visits to historical sites associated with the Sunbelt, and excellent works of scholarship and rich primary source collections related to major topics in the region’s Cold War history. This workshop is free and provides a substantial stipend to participants.
The application process is now closed.

 

The Cold War Home Front in Southern California: NEH Landmarks in American History & Culture
August 3-8, 2014
See above.