World War I in History and Literature
The centennial of the end of World War I offers an opportunity to think anew about the war’s centrality in American and world history, society, and culture. World War I in History and Literature is a three-week summer seminar for sixteen K-12 educators that examines the meaning and relevance of World War I today and prepares teachers to teach the war from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Trevor Dodman; Corey Campion; Jennifer Cuddapah; Jennifer Wingate; Susan Grayzel
Funded through the Division of Education Programs