Blogs tagged "great gatsby"

Seminars on close reading from the National Humanities Center

People familiar with the National Humanities Center probably know it chiefly as an institute of advanced study, and, indeed, since 1978 its fellowship program has supported the work of over 1,400 scholars from this country and abroad. But for twenty-nine of its thirty-five years it has also sponsored education programs for high school teachers.Read More »

The National Humanities Center’s Online Seminars and Common Core State Standards

Richard R. Schramm is vice president for Education Programs at the National Humanities Center, where he has held executive positions since 1984. Before going to the Center, he taught American literature at UNC at Chapel Hill and served as a coordinator for the Program in the Humanities there. He has been a consultant to U.S. Department of Education Teaching American History projects throughout the country and has served as a reviewer for several National Endowment for the Humanities projects.Read More »
Categories Closer Readings

Celebrate the Freedom to Read! Banned Books Week: Sep 24th - Oct 1st

Founded in 1982, Banned Books Week is sponsored by the American Library Association among other organizations devoted to the freedom of speech and is endorsed by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.Read More »