Nationalism, Internationalism, and World History
West Long Branch, NJ
October 24-25, 2003
We welcome proposals on any subject, period, or area from independent scholars as well as from teachers/scholars from universities, colleges and secondary schools. Proposals may include individual papers, collaborative projects, or roundtable discussions of a topic or theme concerned with world history.
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
The Role of Corporate Enterprise: 17th century to the Present
Westernization and Militarization
Overcoming History – Can Age-old Grievances be Transcended?
Conceptions of Human Rights
The Middle East Today: A Turning Point in History?
Is Nationalism Dead?
Whose resources? The Environment and Global Resource Scarcity
Can America Remake the World?
National and Transnational Identities
Possible Teaching Panels:
Creating self-awareness and teaching tolerance
Examples of college/k-12 collaboration
Teaching Islam in the secondary schools
Possible Roundtable Discussions:
Comparative examples of civilization shifts
How current events affect scholarship
Media/How to use/ how it is abused/how it informs our students
Please send proposals and curriculum vita
by JULY 15, 2003 to:
Professor Anthony Snyder
Brookdale Community College
Lincroft, NJ 07738
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