Incorporating American Indian topics in your curriculum: histories, practices, and models
Date and TimeWednesday, February 14, 2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
- 3068 James H. Zumberge
Andrea Riley-Muskovitz, Liberal Studies
The purpose of this course is to expand faculty knowledge regarding structural inequalities in the United States related to a number of topics.
Access a video presentation or podcast weekly, and participate in a group discussion either online or in person, or both.
Faculty who enroll and participate in this short course series will:
- Increase understanding regarding the history of structural inequality in the U.S.
- Gain tools for teaching about inequality related to topics in the course.
- Identify interdisciplinary connections related to both their course content and disciplinary expertise.
- Gain skills in inclusive teaching practices.
For each topic, the presenter will share:
- Facts related to the U.S. history of structural inequity: laws, policies, and cultural enforcers.
- Evidence of social progress and structural changes legally and politically, including cultural allies.
- Contemporary conditions and examples.
When in school did you ever learn about:
- white privilege?
- Internment camps?
Full short course details here: https://www.gvsu.edu/ftlc/short-course-for-faculty-history-of-inequality-in-227.htm.
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