Dissent in America Teach-Ins
Evolving from Professor Ralph Young's Dissent in America course and co-sponsored by the History Department and the History Honors Society Phi Alpha Theta, each Friday since September 2002 students gather to discuss the historical background to the current political situation in the world.
The Teach-ins are held Fridays, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm, Anderson Hall 821.
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If you are interested in leading a teach-in or want to suggest a topic for one, please contact Ralph Young.
To learn more about the teach-ins, see:
- the article "The Right to Dissent" on page 25 of The Temple Review, as well as the 2003 Philadelphia Inquirer article, History Scholars Fight Present War.
- The Associated Press & WPVI Channel 6 report on the Oct. 15, 2004 teach-in. The AP article was published in over 50 news sources including CNN, The Washington Post, The Guardian, New York Newsday, The Miami Herald, The Chicago Sun-Times & many others.
- A related article in the Organization of American Historians Newsletter
- Professor Young's article on dissent in the July 2004 issue of USA Today Magazine.
- An article about the teach-ins in the March 2010 issue of the AHA's Perspectives on History
Spring 2010 Teach-Ins
Fall 2009 Teach-Ins
|11/6||Renee Amirault, “The Refugee Media Project.”|
|11/13||Ed Joyce, “Evolution of a Concept: A Brief History of Church/State Separation.”|
|11/20||The Honorable Judge John Jones, “Intelligent Design on Trial: The View from the Bench.”|
Spring 2009 Teach-Ins
|4/3||Professor Richard Immerman, “‘I’ve Met the Enemy and He is I’: Working for the American Intelligence Community.”|
|4/10||Sakura Saunders & Jonathan Luna, “The Beehive Collective: The Latin American Indigenous Struggle.”|