Hard Topics, Real Life, and YA Lit: Bullying, Terrorism and Censorship in Robert Cormier’s Archives
The public is invited to an afternoon lecture series that accompanies the Plymouth State University summer institute for teachers, supported by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities. All programs will be held from 1:30-4:00 pm on the PSU campus and are free and open to the public. For detailed event information about the following programs, click HERE or click below on any of the individual events.
JUNE 26: Disability, Inclusion, and Student Voice in Our Classrooms, presented by Benjamin Ludwig
JULY 1: Writing & Civic Engagement, presented by Janna Malmud Smith
JULY 9: Civil and Civic Discourse in Argument Writing, presented by Arlene Taranow
JULY 16: The Hidden Histories of New Hampshire, presented by Jerrianne Boggis
JULY 23: Hard Topics, Real Life, and YA Lit: Bullying & Terrorism and Censorship in Robert Cormier’s Archives, presented by Annamary Consalvo