Rethinking American Feminism, 1948-1977
Professional Development Program Type
Professional Development Program Audience
The New-York Historical Society is delighted to announce this institute for 30 K-12 educators to explore the history of feminism in 20th century America. This hybrid institute includes two weeks at the New-York Historical Society from July 11-22, 2022, plus virtual follow-up sessions in September, October, November, and January. Participants will learn how to incorporate the voices of a diverse range of women into their instruction on 20th century US history through interactive pedagogy workshops, conversations with guest 19 faculty members, gallery tours, and more.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Elizabeth Castle; Marisa Chappel; Anna Danzinger Halperin; Ashley Farmer; Johanna Fernández; Marcella Gilbert; Shola Lynch; Chrisopher C. Martell; Premilla Nadasen; Mary Phillips; Virginia Sánchez Korrol; Robyn Spencer; Marjorie Spruill; Kaylene Stevens Petrin; Kirsten Swinth; Madonna Thunder Hawk; Jay Toole; Elaine Tyler May
Funded through the Division of Education Programs