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HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
Connecting Political Cartoons in Your Classroom
For Middle and High School Educators
Thursday, October 25, 2012, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
David Filderman Gallery, located on the Ninth Floor,
Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library, South Campus
Admission: $15 per educator
Seating is limited - registration required
Call Hofstra University Museum to register at 516-463-5672
Looking for ways to engage students in contemporary issues through the use of political cartoons? Join Hofstra University faculty Michael D’Innocenzo, Lisa Merrill, Alan Singer and Daniel Van Benthuysen, from the departments of History, Rhetoric, Curriculum and Teaching, and Journalism, in a lively and timely discussion from their expert perspectives on the impact of editorial imagery on the individual and in your classroom.
Professional development credit may be available through your district.
For details, contact:
Hofstra University’s Office of Professional
Development Services within the School of Education
This program is held in conjunction with the Hofstra University Museum’s exhibition, Political Slant: Editorial Cartoons, on view from October 1 – December 21, 2012 in the David Filderman Gallery. Additional exhibition funding provided by New York Community Bank Foundation.