Black History 360°: The Schomburg's Annual Summer Education Institute
BLACK HISTORY 360: THE SCHOMBURG’S SUMMER EDUCATION INSTITUTE
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR K-16 TEACHERS, COMMUNITY EDUCATORS, COLLEGE FACULTY, AND COLLEGE STUDENTS.
Five days during July | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Join K-16 educators and premier scholars from across the country for a spectacular “education vacation” at the Schomburg Center featuring lectures, interactive workshops, curriculum labs, curator talks and community walks that explore the history and cultures of African Americans and African peoples throughout the Diaspora. Educators will gain valuable content knowledge and learn inquiry-based approaches to teaching across the grades using the Schomburg’s rich primary resource collections on-site and online. @SchomburgEd #blackhistory360
Registration for the upcoming summer session is forthcoming.
MONDAY | African Art, History and Literature
Lecture Presentation: “Ancient African Art & Civilization”
Lecture Presentation: “Encounters with Race in American Art”
Workshop: “Ideas of Africa: African Writers Speak Back ”
Curriculum Lab: “Images of the Black in Western Art”
TUESDAY | Transatlantic Slavery: Memory and Truth
Lecture Presentation: “Slavery and Resistance”
Educators Roundtable: Teaching Slavery
Collection Presentation: "How Archives Give Voice to the Past"
Collection Presentation: "Using Historical Images to Teach Slavery"
WEDNESDAY | Ethnicity, Migration and Social Change
Lecture Presentation: TBA
Collection Presentation: “Visualizing Segregation: The Photography of Gordon Parks”
Collection Presentation: “Teaching the Negro Motorist Green Books”
THURSDAY | The Black Power Movement
Lecture Presentation: “Rethinking the Black Freedom Movement”
Film Screening and Discussion: Free Angela and all Political Prisoners
Workshop: "Teaching the Black Power Movement through Language and Literature"
Exhibition Presentation: Black Power 50
FRIDAY | Hip Hop and the Politics of Music and Culture
Lecture Presentation: “Hip Hop Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Rap”
Schomburg’s Hip Hop History Curriculum Preview
Curriculum Lab: Lyrically Speaking: Hip Hop History
Curriculum Lab: Hip Hop Global: Immigration, Migration and Global Politics
Film Screening and Discussion: Rubble Kings
General: $500/week ; or $125 per day.
College Students & Seniors: $400/week ; or $100 per day.
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*The Schomburg Summer Education Institute is funded solely by registration fees which are used to pay for event costs, honoraria, program materials, and teacher resources.