March 24, 2011

ASHP/CML Is on the Move!

With the start of the new year, the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning will bid a fond farewell to our TriBeca offices. After more than eight years at 99 Hudson Street, the entire ASHP/CML staff will be united in one complex of offices and facilities on the 7th floor of the CUNY […]

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March 24, 2011

Calendar: ASHP/CML Seminar, “Quagmire: The History of An Idea”

ASHP/CML, in cooperation with the Office of Continuing Education and Public Programs at The Graduate Center, will host a special seminar on Tuesday, April 27, 2004, on “Quagmire: The History of an Idea.” For more than a century, the U.S. military has marched off to engage in “splendid little wars” only to find itself mired […]

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March 24, 2011

Learning to Look Faculty Development Program — Call for Participants

This summer a number of ASHP/CML Learning to Look (LtL) new media and pedagogy centers will conduct weeklong institutes on teaching with visual sources, followed by workshops and online communication throughout the year. As in previous summers, each LtL center will focus on ways that visual sources and new media pedagogy can enhance the teaching […]

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March 24, 2011

Young America: Experiences of Youth in U.S. History

ASHP/CML has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to fund full production of Young America: Experiences of Youth in U.S. History, an online teaching resource that will use the perspectives and experiences of children and youth to enhance the U.S. history survey taught in high school and college classrooms. […]

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March 24, 2011

Teaching Traditional American History Program: Historians and Teachers

Teachers from New York City’s Region 7 delving into workshop activities on the Civil War, on March 31, 2004 in Staten Island. nASHP/CML’s Historians and Teachers faculty development program kicked off on March 5 with an enthusiastic group of 34 teachers from Region 7 of the New York City public schools. Professor Herbert Sloan of […]

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March 24, 2011

On the Move…Again!

We are pleased to announce that the entire staff of the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning (ASHP/CML) and the New Media Lab is now located on the 7th floor of the CUNY Graduate Center. n After four years, the education programs of ASHP/CML have left its space in trendy Tribeca to join […]

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March 24, 2011

2004 Herbert G. Gutman Memorial Lecture

Alice Kessler-Harris nAlice Kessler-Harris, R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of American History at Columbia University and author of, most recently, the Bancroft Prize-winning In Pursuit of Equity: How Gender Shaped American Economic Citizenship, will discuss “Thinking Globally: Paradoxes of a Gendered Labor History.” The free event will be held on Thursday, October 7, at 6:30 in […]

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March 24, 2011

Calendar: October 4th Public Seminar: New York Underground

Five aficionados of New York’s subterranean past will participate in a panel discussion that explores the history of the city’s literal “lower depths.” The participants include Julia Solis, author of New York Underground; Robert Sullivan, author of Rats: Observations on the History and Habitat of the City’s Most Unwanted Inhabitants; Chris Neville, lecturer for Place […]

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March 24, 2011

Teaching American History Grants

In July ASHP/CML was a partner in two Teaching American History grants awarded to the New York City public schools by the U.S. Department of Education. ASHP/CML will be the lead partner working with middle and high school teachers in NYC’s Region 4, made up of schools in western Queens and the Bushwick section of […]

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