The second annual Bryn Mawr School United States History Institute is an opportunity for college and university faculty and secondary school teachers to hear presentations on state of the field content in United States History. This year's institute speakers will include Carol Berkin, Rebecca Edwards, Brian Etheridge, Nishani Frazier, and Akim Reinhardt. Areas of focus will include women's history in the Colonial Period, Rethinking the Gilded Age, Special Topics in U.S. Foreign Relations, the 1960s and civil rights movements, and topics in American Indian history. The Institute will take place from June 24th-28th at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore, MD. For registration and housing information, please go to www.brynmawrschool.org/summerinstitute.
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