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 Workshop NameDirector
"Stony the Road We Trod...": Exploring Alabama's Civil Rights LegacyMartha Bouyer
A Reverence for Words: Understanding Muslim Cultures through the ArtsAmanda Dargan
Addiction in American HistoryClaire Clark
America's Reconstruction: The Untold StoryJoseph Morris
Art and Public Culture in ChicagoLiesl Olson
Buddhist East Asia: Religion, the Arts, and PoliticsPeter Hershock
Common Ground: Americans and Their Land During The Gilded Age and Progressive EraKevin Sheets
Communism and American LifeHarvey Klehr
Contested Territory of VietnamAndrew Mink
Courting Liberty: Slavery and Equality Under the Constitution, 1770-1870Chara Bohan
Courtly Lyric in the Medieval French TraditionChristopher Callahan
Culture in the Cold War: East German Art, Music and FilmSkyler Arndt-Briggs
Digital Technologies in Theatre and Performance StudiesDavid Saltz
Enduring Legacies of the Global Mongol EmpireDavid Dettmann
Enlightenment Thinkers: from Mandeville to HegelPaul Cheney
Flu! The 1918 Spanish Influenza in U.S. and World HistoryEdward Ewing
Folger Shakespeare Library's Teaching Shakespeare InstituteMargaret O'Brien
Freedom for One, Freedom for All? Abolition and Women's Suffrage, 1830s – 1920sEmily Potter-Ndiaye
Global Histories of DisabilitySara Scalenghe
Hoover Dam and the Shaping of the American WestAnthony Arrigo
John Steinbeck: Social Critic and EcologistSusan Shillinglaw
Moby-Dick and the World of Whaling in the Digital AgeTimothy Marr
Muslim American History and LifeEdward Curtis
Punishment, Politics, and CultureAustin Sarat
Reading Material Maps in the Digital AgeJames Akerman
Religious Landscapes of Los AngelesCarol Bakhos
Religious Worlds of New York: Teaching the Everyday Life of American Religious DiversityHenry Goldschmidt
Remaking Monsters and Heroines: Adapting Classic Literature for Contemporary AudiencesLissette Szwydky Davis
Reviving Philosophy as a Way of LifeStephen Angle
Roman Daily Life in Petronius and PompeiiMatthew Panciera
Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare’s PlaysVictoria Barclay
Self-Knowledge in Eastern and Western PhilosophiesChristian Coseru
Slavery and the ConstitutionPaul Benson
Social Movements and Reform in Industrializing America: The Lowell ExperienceSheila Kirschbaum
Teaching Shakespeare's PlaysJoseph Falocco
The American Maritime CommonsGlenn Gordinier
The Bhagavad Gita: Ancient Poem, Modern ReadersRichard Davis
The Book: Material Histories and Digital FuturesMelissa Helquist
The Civil Rights Movement: Grass Roots PerspectivesRobert Korstad
The Cold War through the Collections of the Intrepid MuseumLynda Kennedy
The Company Town at Seabrook Farms, N.J.: Internment, Migration, and Resettlement in the WWII EraAndrew Urban
The Long Civil Rights MovementLeslie Abbatiello
The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, History, and Culture of the Mississippi DeltaRolando Herts
The Native American West: A Case Study of the Columbia PlateauChristopher Leise
The Power of Place: Land and Peoples in AppalachiaJamie Simpson Ross
The Visual Culture of the American Civil War and its AftermathDonna Thompson Ray
Thomas Jefferson: The Public and Private Worlds of Monticello and the University of VirginiaLisa Reilly
Thresholds of Change: Modernity and Transformation in the Mediterranean, 1400-1700Kiril Petkov
Voices from the Misty Mountains and the Power of Storytelling: Appalachian Culture and HistorySylvia Shurbutt
Why Literature Matters: Voices from Nineteenth-Century Britain and AmericaJohn Jordan
Will, Commandment, and Human Perfection in Medieval Jewish PhilosophyJonathan Jacobs
Women's Suffrage in the AmericasStephanie Mitchell

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