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Humanities in Class: Webinar Series

#GoOpenHumanities: Great Presidents Having Difficult Conversations – By Invitation Only

American History; Presidents of the United States; Primary Sources; Slavery

Andy Mink (Vice President for Education Programs, National Humanities Center)

February 2, 2021

This webinar will introduce you to the documents and primary sources that put George Washington, James Madison, and Abraham Lincoln in conversation on their perspectives of slavery. Each segment will feature a HICDL Content Provider, who will curate and share OER materials for use throughout the humanities curriculum.

Lead experts include:

  • Heather Nice, Director of Education, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
  • Alissa Oginsky, Manager of Teacher Learning, Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington
  • Emily Voss, Education Director, Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier

This webinar is By Invitation Only and only educators associated by the Early Adopter School Network partners are eligible to participate. Use this link to become a cohort in the EASN.


History / American History / Presidents of the United States / Primary Sources / Slavery /