Gilder Lehrman Summer Seminars 2009

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

2009 SUMMER SEMINARS: APPLY NOW

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:

http://www.gilderlehrman.org/teachers/seminars1.html

  • 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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