2019 Summer Content Institute: Under-Represented Voices of the American Revolution

Online course (anytime, anywhere) and live web sessions:
Begins July 10, 2019*
Face-to-face (required) site visits:
August 12-16, 2019

* Online course will include some live lectures/presentations by scholars that will be recorded and archived.

Underrepresented Voices of the American Revolution combines scholarly presentations with place-based learning at several historical sites in and around Boston including, but not limited to, the Boston Freedom Trail, Museum of African American History-Boston, Massachusetts Historical Society, Museum of Fine Arts, Royall House and Slave Quarters, and more.

Essential Questions:

  • How inclusive was “We” in “We the People?”
  • How inclusive was the American War for Independence?
  • What contributions did women, children, and enslaved and free Africans make in the War for Independence?
  • How did certain groups view the American Revolution (during, past, and present)?
  • How does a common enemy bring social, political, racial or cultural differences come together?
  • What compel ordinary people do extraordinary things?
  • To what extent will a person sacrifice for liberty (for all) and the greater good?

Application Deadline: June 15, 2019

Cost: $325 teachers; $100 students and retired teachers

Credit: 67.5 PDPs or 3 graduate credit available ($225 for grad credits payable to Framingham State University) (awaiting confirmation)


Pay by check or credit card, or purchase order (note: POs include $25 processing fee) 
Application information: www.masscouncil.org or contact Gorman Lee, Ed.D. at glee0524@gmail.com.

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