2015 Summer Teacher Institute Resources

This section contains links to readings and other resources related to 2015 Institute presentations. (Most links are PDF files.) Presentation slide shows and speaker videos will also be added below after the event.

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Daniel Goldstein — Insecurity and Unequal Access to the Law in Latin American Cities

Andy Graan

Izabela Grobelna — Chicago Cultural Alliance workshop

Chris Guzaitis — The Odyssey Project

Samuel Harris — Some More Equal Than Others: The Origins of Inequality in the Ancient Near East

Larisa Kurtovic — Some More Equal Than Others: The Origins of Inequality in the Ancient Near East

Economic lives during socialism (optional)

Postwar Economy

General

Ethnographic analyses

Coverage on the 2014 Bosnian Uprising & Postwar Unemployment

Factory Dita

Jeff McCarter — Building Bridges and Opening Doors, the Free Spirit Media Approach

Pete Moore — On social inequality and the roots of the Arab Spring

Virginia Parks — Fighting Low-wage Work in the American City: Community Responses to Urban Inequality and the New Civil Rights Agenda

Tola Ros — Chicago Cultural Alliance workshop

Saskia Sassen — Beyond Inequality: Expulsions

Bill Singerman — Curriculum Showcase 1: Teaching Inequality in the Social Studies/History Classroom

Ryan Yokota — Postwar Okinawa and US-Japan Relations

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