We are pleased to feature Director of Graduate Studies Dr. Karen Sotiropoulos as our August Faculty Spotlight! Karen Sotiropoulos is Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at Cleveland State University where she has taught African American History since 2000. She earned her BA from Tufts University, MA from New York University, and […]
As Chris Morris and I continue to explore how oral history methods can be employed within the classroom, I felt it important to compose a non-traditional lesson plan that draws upon oral history resources. The result of my work is a WebQuest about gender equality, in which students lead themselves through an online journey to […]
The History Department at Cleveland State University invites you to a Holocaust Remembrance Lecture by Professor Emeritus Geoffrey J. Giles ” Double Danger: Homosexual Jews in the Clutches of Nazi Police” on April 28 at 3 pm in MC 401.
Check out the information for this workshop on World War I. The 100-year anniversary of the outbreak of World War I is inspiring some fantastic workshops and conferences! World History Institute for Teachers – Gettysburg College July 6-11, 2014 “Globalizing the Great War: Conflict, Memory, Gender & Empire in the Era of the First World […]
The Berkshire Conference on the History of Women- one of the most important conferences in women’s and gender history in North America- will take place May 22-25, 2014 in Toronto. This year’s “Berks” features a Teacher’s Day on women’s and gender history in the classroom that will be very useful for Social Studies teachers. You […]