The History Workshop meets in 203 Munroe Hall at 12:15 pm on Tuesdays. Presentations begin at 12:30 pm and are followed by discussion ending at 1:45 pm sharp. Bring a lunch. All are welcome! For further information, please call (302) 831-2371.
Fall Semester 2014
|September||16||James Brophy, University of Delaware, Pushing Back: Publishers and Censorship Regimes in Central Europe, 1800-1850|
|September||23||Ann Norton Greene, University of Pennsylvania, Organizing Water: Engineers and the Erie Canal in the late 19th Century|
|September||30||Karen Asenavage, University of Delaware, Working with English Language Learners in Your Classroom|
|October||7||Barry Joyce, University of Delaware, Takeaway Knowledge: Stimulating Higher Level Learning in Your Classroom|
|October||14||Leigh Ann Craig, Virginia Commonwealth University, The Anatomy of Miracles: Symptom, Diagnosis, and Authority in the Later Middle Ages|
|October||21||David Brody, Parsons the New School for Design, Design and the Chambermaid|
|October||28||David Jaffee, Bard Graduate Center, Presenting History with Digital Exhibitions|
|November||4||No Workshop, Election Day|
|November||11||Justin Pope, Brown University, “To Stand by and be True to each other:” The Struggle for unity among slave conspirators in Antigua, 1736|
|November||18||Christy Croxall, University of Delaware, Under One Roof: Religious Conflicts and Commitments within Mississippi River Valley Households, 1815-1830|
Several past presentations are available to stream from our Podcast Archives or to download as podcasts via iTunesU (when in iTunes click on “History Workshops” tab).