The Scholar-Teacher Symposium Series, 2005-2006
The Center for European and Eurasian Studies and The UCLA History Geography Project present "Migration," a year-long workshop series for K-12 teachers. The academic year series will be followed by a one-week summer institute on the same topic, August 7-11, 2006. Please contact the UCLA History-Geography Project for more information about the academic year series. Check this website for updates to the summer program.
International Migration to Los Angeles
Dr. William Clark, UCLA Department of Geography
Migration and Immigration in the Roman Empire: Greeks, Jews and Germans
Dr. Ronald Mellor, UCLA Department of History
Marco Polo: Connections Along the Silk Road
Dr. Geoffrey Symcox, UCLA Department of History
Britain's Early Immigrants: Angles, Saxons, and Normans
Dr. Muriel McClendon, UCLA Department of History
Migrations Across the Border with Mexico
Dr. Kathleen Lytle Hernandez, UCLA Department of History
The Westward Migrations of Native American Peoples
Presentation held at the Autry National Center
Dr. Stephen Aron, UCLA Department of History
African American Migrations from the South at the
Presentation held at the California African American Museum in Exposition Park
Dr. Janice Reiff, UCLA Department of History
Beyond Fortress Europe? Trends in East-West Migration in Europe
Dr. Adrian Favell, UCLA Department of Sociology
The series is held from 4:30 to 7:30 PM. Unless otherwise designated, the sessions at UCLA are held in the History Conference Room, Bunche Hall 6275. We will continue to feature noted scholars lecturing on topics related to the California History-Social Science Standards. Each lecture is followed by a presentaiton of classroom applications designed by a K-12 teacher.
Admission is free. Parking at UCLA is $8, free at the Autry Ntional Center and $6 at the California African American Museum. UCLA extension credit is available for a fee. Letters certifying attendance hours are avialble for individual school districts upon request. Seating is limited.
For additional information: download the flyer or call (310) 206-9796 or email email@example.com
Published: Friday, February 17, 2006
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