CWHC Summer Colloquium 2007 Working Agenda
Theme:  “Struggles for Democracy”
Last Updated: 7/02/07



7:45-8:15         Continental Breakfast

8:15-8:45         Introduction to theme and ice breaker “What do you want to learn?”

8:45-10:00       LMC presentation:  Each LMC director does 4/5 books and how to do a quality search

10:00-10:15     Break

10:15-12:15     Sara Evans:  “Waves of Feminism”

12:15-1:00      Lunch (Ward Room)

1:00-2:15         Sara Evans:  “Perspectives on Women’s History and Struggles for Democracy”

2:15-2:30         Break

2:30-4:00         Lesson Plans (elementary) and Sharing Best Practices (for middle and high)



8:00-8:30         Continental Breakfast

8:30-10:00       Peter Rachleff—“Labor Movement and Struggles for Democracy”

10:00-10:15     Break

10:15-11:30     Concurrent Sessions

A)        -Julie:  Thinking and Teaching about Biography (35 min.) (Port O’Call)

-Jenny & Tami:  Readers’ Theater and Other Jo Ann Fox Highlights (40 min.) (Port O’Call)

B)        -Bill Pemberton lecture (previously recorded) (CC 331)

C)        -Sources workshop (geared towards middle- and high-school students)—Peter and Jodi. (Ward Room)


11:30-12:15     Lunch (Ward Room)

12:15-2:30       Peter: film: "At the River I Stand." 

Lecture: "Freedom Movements: Race and Class, Workplace and Community." 

2:30-2:45         Break

2:45-3:45         Elise:  Framing Current Debates Historically

3:45-4:15         History Day Performers



7:45-8:15 Continental Breakfast

8:15 Board Bus

8:15 Perrot state park, Perrot: mounds, Nature Center w/history of park archaeology, Black Walnut Trail, CCC camp.

Noon: Lunch at UWL (Ward Room)

1:00-1:45 Introduction to Archeology and the Pre-European People of Wisconsin

1:45-2:30 Pre-European People Workshop (with artifacts!)

2:30-2:45  Break

2:45-4:00 Lab Tours/Flint knapping demonstration



8:00-8:30         Continental Breakfast

8:30-8:45         Field trip take-away: a quick sharing session

8:45-10:15       Chana Kai Lee:  “The Post-1945 Black Freedom Struggle”

10:15-10:30     Break

10:30-11:15     Q&A with Chana Kai Lee re: For Freedom’s Sake: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer

11:15-12:00     Book clubs and sharing (Ward Room)

12:00-1:00       Lunch (Ward Room)

1:00-2:30         Chana Kai Lee “African-Americans and Historical Memory”

2:30-2:45         Break

2:45-3:45         Panel:  Experiencing Race and Racism in Wisconsin

(3:45-4:15        Sam’s Assessment Meeting)



(7:30-8:15        Fall Planning Committee)

7:45-8:15         Continental Breakfast

8:15-9:15         Sam Wineburg: Historical Thinking Web demo (in library computer lab)

9:15-10:45       Creating Archive boxes/ARC visit (Murphy Library)

10:45-11:00     Break

11:00-12:30     Greg Wegner: “Diary Source of a Girl from Bangor”

12:30-1:30       Lunch (Ward Room)

1:30-1:45         Wrap up and adjourn








Revised 08/25/2008  


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