NEH Summer Institute: Native Americans of New England: A Historical Overview

This program is a three-week institute sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities for twenty-five school teachers on the history of Native Americans in New England. The Institute examined the history of Native American peoples in New England through a rigorous, interdisciplinary humanities program that included primary source analysis, museum visits, and conversations with Native and non-Native guest presenters. Concepts such as culture, identity, citizenship, and sovereignty take on new meanings when the struggles and achievements of indigenous peoples are examined. Cover photo courtesy of Elizabeth Hoover, Associate Professor of American Studies at Brown University.

Program Type: 

Impact Area: 

Program Participation: 

Program identifies community participants.

Program Start (and End Dates): 

July 8, 2013 to July 25, 2014

Partner(s): 

Marla Solomon
Five Colleges
01003
United States

Program Director: 

Alice Nash

Program Director's Email Address: 

Program Contact: 

Alice Nash

Contact Email: 

UNIT: Colleges, Schools, Departments, Centers, and Institutes: 

College of Humanities and Fine Arts/History

Student Involvement: 

No

This Project Receives External Funding: 

No

Assessment Mechanism: 

No