Gilder Lehrman Summer Seminars 2009

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History has posted their summer seminars.  What an amazing set of opportunities!


The Institute is pleased to announce the 2009 Summer Seminar schedule. There are forty seminars available this year. For more information and to apply online, click here:

  • David Armitage, The International Impact of the Declaration of Independence
  • Edward L. Ayers, The South in American History
  • Anthony Badger, The Civil Rights Movement
  • Thomas Bender, The Progressive Era in Global Context
  • Carol Berkin and Maureen Festi, From Colonies to Nation: America in the Eighteenth Century
  • Carol Berkin and Fritz Fischer, From the Founding of a Nation to the Crisis of the Union
  • Ira Berlin, North American Slavery in Comparative Perspective
  • David Blight, Slave Narratives
  • Gabor Boritt and Matthew Pinsker, Lincoln
  • Alan Brinkley and Michael Flamm, Depression and Recovery: The Roosevelt Era
  • Christopher L. Brown, Slavery and the Age of Revolutions
  • Richard Carwardine, The Age of Lincoln
  • Nancy Cott, Twentieth Century Women’s Rights Movements
  • Andrew Delbanco, America’s Moral Crisis: Politics and Culture in the 1850s
  • John Demos, Everyday Life in Early America
  • Eric Foner, Reconstruction
  • Gary Gallagher, The American Civil War: Origins and Consequences, Battlefields and Homefront
  • Allen C. Guelzo, Abraham Lincoln and his World
  • Jonathan Holloway, Jim Crow and the Fight for American Citizenship
  • James O. Horton and Lois E. Horton, Passages to Freedom: Abolition and the Underground Railroad
  • Kenneth Jackson and Karen Markoe, New York in the Gilded Age
  • Chen Jian, U.S.- China Relations
  • Michael Kazin and Michael Flamm, The Sixties in Historical Perspective
  • David Kennedy, The Great Depression and World War II
  • Larry Kramer, The Role of the Supreme Court in U.S. History
  • Melvyn P. Leffler, The U.S. and the Cold War
  • Patricia Limerick, Visions of the American Environment
  • Stephanie McCurry, Remaking America: Nation and Citizen in the Civil War Era
  • Steven Mintz, Teaching Digital History
  • Philip Morgan, Freedom and Slavery in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800
  • Gary Nash, The American Revolution
  • Peter Onuf and Frank Cogliano, The Age of Jefferson
  • Clement Price, The Urban Experience
  • Jack Rakove, Madison and the Constitution
  • Andrew Robertson, The American Revolution
  • James Walvin and Stephanie Smallwood, The Middle Passage: A Shared History of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
  • Elliott West, The Great Plains: America’s Crossroads
  • Odd Arne Westad, The Global Cold War
  • Gordon Wood, The Era of George Washington
  • The Oxford Global Lincoln Conference

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