H-Net Teaching Conference on August 29 - September 2

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Later this month, H-Net will hold the first H-Net Teaching Conference: “Uncharted Territories: Teaching History, Humanities, and Social Sciences in Innovative Ways."  The conference will take place online in the evenings (EST) of the week of Monday, August 29th and will conclude with an H-Net Town Hall at 2 pm (EST) on Friday, September 2nd.

Highlights for early Americanists include a panel on "The Politics of History Teaching and Learning in Texas" (Monday), a workshop on "Rethinking the U.S. History Survey Course" (Tuesday), and a roundtable on "Teaching with Frederick Douglass Debates: His Narrative, Slavery, and the Constitution, 1845" (Tuesday).  Several others panels address non-traditional pedagogy and strategies for teaching sensitive topics.  

Registration is free and open at this link: https://conferences.h-net.org/event/2/registrations/2/

Click here for the full conference program.