Interested in knowing more about the history of Haiti?  Do you want to use the Haitian Revolution as a case study in your classroom?  During this two hour workshop, Dr Marguerite Ragnow, Curator of the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota, will present a selection of the large collection of original printed and archival materials related to Haiti, from first visit to the island by Europeans through the revolution, including family letters and maps.  Next, following a short dinner break, South High School teacher Abigail Gaul will share her unit on the Haitian Revolution which she developed during the 2018-2019 Institute for Global Studies Global Curriculum Writers program


5:30 pm-5:45 Introductions and welcome (Deborah Jane) 

5:45-6:30  Haiti primary materials (Dr. Marguerite Ragnow)

6:30-6:45 Dinner break

6:45-7:30 The Haitian Revolution (Abby Gaul)

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