Primary Sources in the Classroom: US Women's History

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We invite educators of all kinds to join us for our annual workshop on expanding the use of primary sources in teaching. 

As part of the BA's year-long commemoration of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, we'll explore special collections materials related to US women's history from the Revolutionary War through World War I. Participants will engage in and develop strategies and practices for teaching with primary sources applicable for teaching any historical era or event.

The cost is $75 and includes online group meetings from August 26-28, 2020, with flexible, in-person library visits throughout the fall. PDPs are available for licensed MA educators.

Supported by Taylor Mudge through the Mudge Fellowship Program and the Boston University Center for the Humanities.