Programs & Events

2020 Teacher Seminars

An update regarding the 2020 Teacher Seminars

 

Due to the growing health crisis and escalating government restrictions about in-person gatherings, the Gilder Lehrman Institute will not be able to offer in-person Teacher Seminars this summer.

 

We are working to provide an alternative offering this summer, and we will be back in touch soon to share details. We thank everyone who applied to participate in an in-person Teacher Seminar and look forward to serving you online in the coming months. We promise Teacher Seminar applicants will be first in line for a place for our revised online offering once it is finalized.

 

In the meantime, please stay safe during this difficult and challenging time. Please email seminars@gilderlehrman.org with any questions.

 

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Everyday Life in Colonial America

Zara Anishanslin Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Revolutionary America

Denver Brunsman Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Native Americans in American History

Colin G. Calloway Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Rehearsal for Equality: American Women from the Revolution to Seneca Falls

Carol Berkin Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Slavery, Abolition, and Their Afterlives in the Long Nineteenth Century

Manisha Sinha Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The West and the American Nation

Elliott West Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The American Civil War — Its Enduring Meaning

Allen C. Guelzo Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass

David W. Blight Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Changing Supreme Court: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Bruce Allen Murphy Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: Immigrants and Refugees in US History

Mae M. Ngai Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-22: The Presidency of Franklin Roosevelt

Eric Rauchway Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

Seminar Summit, July 19-July 22: The Vietnam War

Robert K. Brigham Location: Gettysburg College Learn More »

3-Day Regional (New York, NY), July 13-15: 9-11 and American Memory

Edward T. Linenthal Location: National September 11 Memorial and Museum In Partnership with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Hingham, MA), June 22-24: The Early American Republic, 1787-1808

Andrew W. Robertson Location: Hingham Historical Society In partnership with the Hingham Historical Society Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Tampa, FL), July 13-15: The American Civil War: Origins and Consequences

Gary W. Gallagher Location: David A. Straz Center for the Performing Arts Learn More »

3-Day Regional (Washington, DC), July 13-15: American Protest Literature: Thomas Paine to the Present

John Stauffer Location: George Washington University Learn More »

6-Day, June 14-19: Presidents at War: McKinley to Obama

Jeffrey Engel Location: Southern Methodist University In Partnership with the Center for Presidential History, Southern Methodist University Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: America in the Age of Discovery, 1492-1620

Peter Mancall and Robert C. Ritchie Location: University of Southern California In Partnership with the University of Southern California Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: The Global Cold War

Daniel Sargent Location: USS Midway Museum In Partnership with the USS Midway Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 5-10: The Civil Rights Movement

Charles McKinney Location: National Civil Rights Museum In Partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 12-17: World War I and Its Consequences

Jay Winter Location: National WWI Museum and Memorial In Partnership with the National WWI Museum and Memorial Learn More »

6-Day, June 21-26: New Orleans and the World in Motion

Justin A. Nystrom Location: Historic New Orleans Collection In Partnership with the Historic New Orleans Collection Learn More »

6-Day, June 21-26: Lincoln Speaks: Words That Transformed a Nation

Michael Burlingame Location: Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum In partnership with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Learn More »

6-Day, July 5-10: The Presidency of Ronald Reagan and Its Legacy

Barbara A. Perry Location: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library In partnership with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute Learn More »

6-Day, July 26-31: The Story of World War II

Donald L. Miller Location: The National WWII Museum In Partnership with the National World War II Museum Learn More »