Fairfax County Public Schools/Mid-Atlantic IB Educator Workshops

source: Wikimedia Commons/Archivo General de la Nación Argentina, Italian Immigrants Arrive in Buenos Aires Port, 1907
(website updated 10-5-2018)

September 26, 2018 (2nd annual)

South Lakes High School, Reston (VA)

Agenda

Presenters’ Bios

Eric Gettig (Georgetown University)

Bryan McCann (Georgetown University)

John Tutino (Georgetown University)

Podcasts

Summaries and Key Concepts

John Tutino, The Mexican Revolution (14:23)

Eric Gettig, The Cold War in Latin America (4:51)

Bryan McCann, 20th Century Democratization in Latin America (16:54)

Full presentation

John Tutino, The Mexican Revolution (49:38)

Suggested Resources

The Mexican Revolution

The Cold War

20th Century Democratization


September 20, 2017 (1st annual)

The Fred W. Smith Library for
the Study of George Washington, Mount Vernon

Agenda

Presenters’ Bios

Paula Alonso (George Washington University)

Bryan McCann (Georgetown University)

John Tutino (Georgetown University)

Presentations

“Revolutions and Independence in the Americas, 1770-1825:  New Understandings” (John Tutino)

“Forging Political Democracies in Late Nineteenth-Early Twentieth Century Argentina” (Paula Alonso)

“Urbanization and Popular Politics in 20th Century Brazil: From the Cold War to Globalization” (Bryan McCann)

Resources

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, UW-Milwaukee

Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University

Center for Latin American Studies, Vanderbilt University

Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University

Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP)

Latin American & Caribbean Digital Primary Sources
Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM)

CLACS 2015 Summer Institute:  Essential Themes in Latin American History for Teaching World History

U.S. History in a Global Context (by Craig Perrier, with support from the Longview Foundation)

Sponsors

Co-sponsored by IB Mid-Atlantic and the national Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP), and organized with FCPS by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Title VI National Resource Center with funding from the U.S. Department of Education