World War I in History and Literature
World War I in History and Literature is a three-week summer seminar for secondary school teachers that examines the meaning and relevance of World War I today and prepares teachers to teach the war from an interdisciplinary perspective. Seminar participants will consider historical sources and literary texts and examine the impact of the war on a wide range of individuals in the United States and around the world. Primary sources, secondary sources, and works of literature will be approached as windows into the experiences of soldiers and civilians in a time of total war.
Funded through the Division of Education Programs