The Tsongas Industrial History Center invites educators to join us virtually in Lowell, MA, for our National Endowment for the Humanities-sponsored Landmarks of American History and Culture Summer Teacher Workshops.
Educators can apply for either “Labor and Landscape: Lowell as Nineteenth-Century Crucible” OR “Social Movements and Reform in Industrializing America.” Participants will receive a stipend of $1,300 at the end of the workshop session.
For more information and application criteria, please visit uml.edu/tsongas/NEH
"Labor and Landscape: Lowell as Nineteenth-Century Crucible"
June 27-July 2, 2021 or July 11-16, 2021 (choose one week)
Study Lowell’s industrial history as an environmental “crucible” where various elements came together and transformations resulted.
“Social Movements and Reform in Industrializing America”
July 25-30, 2021 or August 1-6, 2021 (choose one week)
Explore the landmark resources of Lowell National Historical Park and other cultural/historical sites as we examine changes in work, society, and culture between 1820 and 1860.