ALWH Announces call for Applications for 2021 Teacher’s Workshop “Teaching Indigenous History as World History”

The Alliance for Learning in World History is thrilled to announce its call for applications for "Teaching Indigenous History as World History" a professional development workshop for world history teachers at all levels. The virtual event will be held on Saturday, June 12 from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm. All accepted participants will receive a $200 stipend.

The event will feature three keynote addresses from experts in the field of indigenous history: Dr. Bonita Lawrence, York University; Dr. Kyle T. Mays, UCLA; and Dr. Alaina E. Roberts, University of Pittsburgh. The event also provides teacher's with the opportunity to workshop their own syllabus or assignment that engages with indigenous history. Accepted participants will be invited to attend a curriculum workshop about the the film Kano, an event cosponsored by Pitt's Asian Studies Center.

To apply, please submit a resume, sample assignment or syllabus, and application statement to the application portal. Applications are due April 15, 2021. Email with any questions. 

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To learn more about other programs and resources offered by the Alliance for Learning in World History visit the homepage here!

This event is hosted by the Alliance for Learning in World History, based at the University of Pittsburgh’s World History Center and cosponsored by Pitt's African Studies Program, Asian Studies Center, and Global Studies Center.