July 6-11: World History Institute for Teachers

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┬áJuly 6-11, 2014
“Globalizing the Great War: Conflict, Memory, Gender & Empire in the Era of
the First World War”
Keynote speakers:
Michael Adas, Rutgers University
Michael Neiberg, U.S. Army War College
This summer marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World
War. To mark the occasion the World History Institute at Gettysburg College
will hold a week-long program on “Globalizing the Great War.” More
information including a tentative schedule, registration forms, and some
photos from past institutes can be found on our website:
Registration fees include all workshops and sessions, a Gettysburg
battlefield field tour and a visit to the Army War College in Carlisle, Pa.,
single housing in a campus dorm with private bath, 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches,
and 4 dinners. The institute will enhance your understanding of both content
and pedagogical methods, provide stimulating conversation, useful
information, access to resources, and the opportunity to work on group or
individual projects. And you will earn 4.5 continuing education units for
the week, or 45 Act 48 Credits for PA teachers!
Early-Bird Registration by 2/28: $900
Regular Registration through 5/31: $975
Contact information: