• Are you interested in seeing American migration and immigration history through a different lens?
• Can you read buildings and landscapes?
• Do you believe that myth often trumps reality?
• Are history and heritage equal partners?
• Are you interested in having discussions with some of the leading experts on American immigration history?
• How would you construct a monument to your own ethnic memory?
If these questions and propositions intrigue you, the Western Reserve Historical Society invites you to apply to “Passages: Community Memory and Landmarks of Migration” a six-day National Endowment for the Humanities-sponsored Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for Community College Faculty (full-time and adjunct) in Cleveland, Ohio, during the summer of 2011. The workshop will be offered twice: July 24-29 and July 31-August 5, 2011.
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