Archives Laboratory Assignment
This semester-long assignment requires students to work in groups during once-weekly visits to the archive. Students choose 10-12 items that represent its group to create an online exhibition of those materials. Each week, students will create a record for one item they discovered during their archival session, noting the object and identifying information about it.
Dr Donna Troka
Associate Director at the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence at Emory
IDS 385: Resisting Racism: From Civil Rights to #BlackLivesMatter
A highly focused interdisciplinary course that focused on the history of public resistance to racism, with a particular focus on comparing the Black Lives Matter Movement with the American Civil Rights Movement of the 60s.
- suitable for upper-level classes in history, English, and various other disciplines
- easily adaptable to suit a variety of course topics