Now accepting applications for the National History Center's "American Immigration Revisited," a four-week summer institute funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. This program runs from July 6-July 31, 2009 in Washington, DC with a three-day trip to New York City. Twenty-five Participants will be involved in lectures, panels, discussions, informal exchanges, site visits. In the evening there will be an optional immigration film festival. All activities designed to help explore four basic areas: American immigration as part of a global phenomenon; migrations between cultures; changes in immigration law, policy, and practice; and approaches and resources for teaching immigration history. Participants will have the option of dormitory housing and each participant will receive a modest stipend to cover expenses during the institute’s four weeks.
Visit: http://nationalhistorycenter.org/americanimmigration/ for more information and application process
Applications due March 2, 2009.
National History Center
400 A Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
202-544-2422 ext 103
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