Abolitionism and the Underground Railroad
Institute covers two centuries of the events, key figures, and impact of the intertwined histories of abolitionism and the Underground Railroad. Participants will attend lectures, pedagogical sessions, and overnight field trips followed up by full day conferences on institute's contribution to educators' pedagogies. Situated on one of the nation's most beautiful campuses, the Insitute, now in its eighth version, is an intensive immersion into key problems and reforms of American history.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Alice Baumgartner; Richard Blackett; Kellie Carter-Jackson; Leigh Fought; Kate Larson; Manisha Sinha; Judy Wellman
Funded through the Division of Education Programs