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What is punishment and why do we punish as we do? What can we learn about politics, law, and culture in the United States by examining practices of punishment? What are the limits of punishment?…

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This institute for K-12 educators will explore the history of feminism in 20th century America. The hybrid format includes two weeks at the New-York Historical Society from July 11-22, 2022, plus…

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Two six-day workshops for grades 5-12 educators on the details of the Japanese American incarceration during World War II. 

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“Building Community in California: The Chinese American Experience” will lead K-12 educators to an understanding of Chinese immigration and and Chinese immigrants' contributions from the Gold Rush…

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This workshop focuses on the history and cultural legacy of Gullah-Geechee people of South Carolina and Georgia, descendants of enslaved people from the West Coast of Africa, who contributed to…

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Civil Liberties in Times of Crisis: The Japanese American Incarceration explores the historical significance and enduring legacy of the World War II Japanese American incarceration experience.…

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A three-week summer institute for K-12 educators that will provide opportunities to study geographic mobility as it relates to the African American freedom struggle. The institute offers a model…

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This place-based summer institute explores the Gilded Age and Progressive Era relationships between two connected but dramatically different landscapes: New York City and the Adirondacks. Engaging…

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The institute brings K-12 teachers from throughout the country to New York City, where they work with leading scholars of religion, meet with diverse religious leaders, visit local houses of…

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This institute for K-12 teachers highlights the factors leading up to, and following, the migrations of ancestral Pueblo people from their homelands in Chaco Canyon to the Mesa Verde region during…