Our For Educator's page offers a collection of assignments, syllabi, and resources for use in undergraduate courses. These materials center around the achievements, perspectives, and experiences of Black students at liberal arts institutions in the South and were developed by faculty and staff at Centre College, Furman University, Rollins, and Washington and Lee University.
- Abrams, Andrea. Community Based Anthropology. 2018. Centre College, Danville, KY.
- Jett, Brandon T. Introduction to Public History. 2019. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL.
- Strom, Claire. Researching American History. 2018. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL.
Using Primary Sources
- Strom, Claire, "Research: Assessing Scaffolded Curricula for Teaching Undergraduates Primary Source Literacy Skills." Case Studies on Teaching with Primary Sources. Society of Amerian Archivists, (September 2020).
- Oral History Release Form 1, Furman University
- Oral History Release Form 2, Centre College
- Student Blog Privacy Agreement Form, Rollins College
- Oral History Release Form Template, Washington & Lee University
Forum Preparation Paperwork
In May of 2018, a coalition of Black students staged a sit-in at the administration building on the Centre College campus to demand changes to school policy in the Athletic Department, Department of Public Safety, Dining Services, Diversity Office, President’s Office, and Title IX Office. In the Fall of 2018, a forum was conducted as part of the "Building Bridges Day" to revisit the events of the sit-in. Article: Time's Up: Black Students Demand Change Spring 2018