Partnerships in History Education: K–12 Educators, Public Historians, and Academic Historians in Collaboration

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Friday, March 31, 2023, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Type: Roundtable Discussion

Tags: Education; Public History and Memory; Teaching and Pedagogy

Abstract

Historians of many backgrounds and professional roles are currently facing an especially fraught political moment surrounding the teaching and learning of history. This session brings together history and social studies practitioners from multiple backgrounds in schools, public history organizations, policy, and curriculum to both share their experiences and provide insights for how to navigate specific local, state, and national circumstances. By working collaboratively and in partnership across professional and institutional categories, the conversation will focus on ways to concretely support one and other amidst both the common and unique challenges faced.

Session Participants

Chair: Nora Slonimsky, Iona University/ITPS

Panelist: Christopher Brick, The George Washington University

Panelist: Shirley Brown Alleyne, Center For Brooklyn History, Brooklyn Public Library

Panelist: Andrea Guiden Pittman, American University

Panelist: Jennifer Macon, Cleveland Humanities Magnet High School

Panelist: Alexander Manevitz, Baruch College, City University of New York