Join New York Times Bestselling author, journalist, essayist, and social commentator, Sarah Vowell for a special event examining the complexity and biases in researching and writing histories. Ms. Vowell will share with participants how she formulates historical questions and approaches her craft, with emphasis on how we can use primary sources as a way to access historical inquiry, allowing historians and history educators to tell authentic histories through the texts and artifacts of the past. Funded, in part, by a grant from the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program, Ms. Vowell will surely inspire anyone interested in the teaching and learning of history.
(photo credit: Owen Brooker)
Attendee notice: This event has open and unlimited registration but is limited to 1000 simultaneous viewers. Registering for the event does not guarantee that you will be able to attend the event. In order to ensure that you are able to attend the event, we strongly encourage you to plan ahead. We will open the room for attendees at 6:45pm ET on March 10, 2021 for the first 1000 attendees. We regret that we do not have capacity for more than 1000 viewers at a time. If you leave the event you cannot be guaranteed reentry. If we reach capacity, we encourage you to keep trying as sometimes people will join and then leave. We apologize for this inconvenience but we are limited by the constraints of technology for this event. Please direct any questions to Matt Missias, Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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