Progress and Poverty:
The Gilded Age in American Politics and Literature, 1877-1901
National Endowment for the Humanities
Landmarks of American History and Culture workshop
for Community College Faculty
May 16-21 or May 23-28, 2010
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Examine the crucial social, political, and economic issues of the Gilded Age through the eyes of its key reformers, social critics, and utopians. Presentations by scholars – Dr. Rebecca Edwards, Dr. Brooks D. Simpson, Dr. Timothy Messer-Kruse, Dr. Robert Fogarty, Dr. Sanford Marovitz, and Dr. Michael J. Kiskis.
Tours of the Hayes Presidential Center Library, Museum, Home and Grounds.
Research in the nation's first presidential library's rich collection of Gilded Age literature, manuscripts and materials
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