Frederick Douglass and Literary Crossroads
“Frederick Douglass and Literary Crossroads” will give language arts educators opportunities to enrich their views of how Douglass’s Narrative resides at the intersections of autobiography, creative arts, and African American literary studies. This institute will involve participants in lively discussions, workshops, technology activities, and collaborative projects designed to enhance interpretive capabilities and pedagogical expertise.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Howard Rambsy II; Tisha Brooks; Elizabeth Cali; Jessica DeSpain; Jill Kirsten Anderson; Maryemma Graham; Barbara McCaskill; Joycelyn Moody; Sue E. Denman
Funded through the Division of Education Programs