Western Society for French History

RESOURCES

Resources

 
 

 

 

resources for teaching race and Racial Justice in the academy:

Teaching Race (University of Chicago Race & Pedagogy Working Group)

https://uchicagoraceandpedagogy.wordpress.com/resources/

Racial Justice Working Group (Loyola Marymount University Maryland)

http://www.loyola.edu/join-us/racial-justice/resources

Race & Pedagogy Institute (University of Puget Sound)

https://www.pugetsound.edu/academics/academic-resources/race-pedagogy-institute/

 

The Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars (MICHHERS) program

MICHHERS is a program at the University of Michigan aimed at diversifying the pipeline to doctoral study in the Humanities, including History. This all-expense-paid program is designed to interest and inform students about the research opportunities available for Humanities scholars at Michigan.

Michigan's History Department and the Rackham Graduate School are committed to diversity in graduate education. Our two-week program will host talented students (juniors, seniors and those currently in terminal M.A. programs), particularly those from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in graduate education who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in History. The program also offers tracks for those interested in several other humanities disciplines. For more information, and to apply to participate in this program, please go to:

http://www.rackham.umich.edu/michhers