July 10-July 21, 2023
The virtual program of study for this institute will be composed of synchronous and asynchronous activities. To allow for full participation across different time zones, most whole-group activities will take place in two 2-hour sessions, from 11:30-1:30 and 2:15- 4:15 EDT. Small group work and 1:1 consultations will be scheduled before or after, based on participants’ preferred meeting times. The program will include two or more virtual public lectures by visiting scholars, scheduled from 5:30 – 7:00 EDT.
Participants will receive books in advance of the seminar. The complete schedule is under development and will be posted below.
The primary research project will be a revision of curricular unit that combines learning objectives as defined by the participant’s state standards and is informed by others adapted from literature-instruction’s past, especially its currently-marginalized concern with citizenship.