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Thinking Historically & Teaching Globally

Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 2:00pm

Virtual Event

Historical thinking is one of the most critical skills a college student can acquire. Teaching globally is a vital approach to understanding our contemporary world. 

How do we combine the resources available to us from archives, libraries, and online collections to inform our understanding of the past and the present? In this workshop we collaborate across the expertise of librarians and historians to further conversations about teaching, history, and library materials. 

Are you a post-secondary educator seeking to build connections across the State of New York? Are you faculty looking for more primary source materials? Are you interested in learning more about how to access materials from libraries at a distance? Are you a graduate student in need of resources and source materials as you construct current and future syllabi? If you have answered "yes" to any of these questions, then please do join us! 

This online workshop is sponsored by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, with funding support from the U.S. Department of Education Title VI NRC Program.


Emily Zinger, Southeast Asia Digital Librarian, Cornell University

Dr. Joshua Kueh, Reference Librarian, Asian Division, Library of Congress

Dr. Michitake Aso, Associate Professor, Department of History, SUNY-Albany

Moderator: Dr. William Noseworthy

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