Long Island Council for the Social Studies - Professional Development workshop

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Long Island Council for the Social Studies - Professional Development workshop

Time: April 23, 2012 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station
Website or Map: http://www.licss.org/LICSS/Up…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: LICSS
Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2012

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The Long Island Council for the Social Studies is offering a Professional Development workshop on Monday, April 23rd at 4 P.M. at Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station, with Bruce Schulman, Professor of History at Boston University, who will discuss "Into the Modern (Reluctantly): New Perspectives on 1920s America."
 
All attendees will receive a documents booklet to accompany the presentation, as well as a certificate confirming their participation in this professional development event.
 
Professor Schulman is presently completing "Re-awakened Nation: the Birth of Modern America, 1896-1929" in the Oxford History of the United States series and his presentation will be based upon his research for this book. His previous book was "The Seventies" (2001). 
 
More details and registration information available at the LICSS website at http://www.licss.org/LICSS/Upcoming_Workshops_and_Forums.html
 

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