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Past Summer Seminars

Since its inception in 1990, the Network Summer program has featured innovative seminars that mirror the Network’s efforts to remain abreast of developments in scholarship and pedagogy across all academic disciplines.

Network Summer 2021

Imagining Identities in Islamic and Christian Spain

Co-sponsored by the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University

S.J. Pearce, New York University

Mental Health and Wellness Among Faculty and Staff in Higher Education

Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Director of Xavier University of Louisiana’s Center for Equity, Justice, and the Human Spirit (CEJHS)

Time Warrior: Actionable Tools, Techniques, and Strategies for Faculty, Staff, Administrators, and Students

De Angela L. Duff, New York University

Writing and Research Across the Curriculum in an Age of Disinformation

Diana Epelbaum, Marymount Manhattan College (MMC) and Tahneer Oksman, Marymount Manhattan College (MMC)

Network Summer 2020

Bridging Pedagogy and Technology to Support Effective Learning

Anandi Nagarajan, New York University

Creative Economy and Entrepreneurship in the Arts

Javier J. Hernández Acosta, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, Puerto Rico

Dramatizing History: Storytelling in the 21st Century

Michael Dinwiddie, New York University

Emotions Across Cultures

David Konstan, New York University

Fostering Mental Health and Wellbeing on University Campuses

Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Xavier University of Louisiana

Learning to Write Competitive Grant Proposals

Beverly Kahn, SUNY-Farmingdale
Bob Kahn, CUNY’s Advanced Science Research Center

Propaganda and Mass Persuasion Past and Present

Co-sponsored by the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University

Matthew H. Ellis, Sarah Lawrence College, in Bronxville, NY

The Craft of College Teaching

Robert DiYanni, New York University
Anton Borst, New York University

The 21st-Century Latin American City: Crisis and Alternatives

Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University

When the World Laughs: International Perspectives on Film Comedy

Pat C. Hoy II, Hendrix College

Using Digital Resources to Support Online Project-Based Learning

William Costanzo, Westchester Community College

Network Summer 2019

Confronting Difficult Topics Through Classical Literature

Sharon L. James, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Critical and Creative Thinking

Robert DiYanni and Anton Borst, New York University’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Experiential Learning and the Student Managed Fund Program

K.C. Ma, Stetson University & KCM Asset Management, Inc.

Human Rights and the Rights of Stateless Peoples

Ali Banuazizi, Boston College

Inside the Music: Critical Issues in Jazz, Blues, and Hip Hop

Brian Q. Torff, Fairfield University

Nursing Reimagined: Innovation in Nursing Education, Scholarship, and Practice

Emerson Ea and Maria A. Mendoza, New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing

Promoting Self-Regulated Learning

Brian P. Coppola, University of Michigan

Smart Phone Filmmaking

Rosanne Limoncelli, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts

Teaching for Social Justice Through Comics and Graphic Novels

Heather Homonoff Woodley, New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

Teaching Writing Within the Disciplines: Conception, Representation, Mysteries, Essaying

Pat C. Hoy II, Hendrix College

Using Digital Resources to Support Online Project-Based Learning

Anandi Nagarajan, New York University

Violent Energies: Extractivism and Women’s Struggles in the Americas

Ana Gabriela Álvarezer, New York University

Network Summer 2018

Classroom Teaching Effectiveness

Leila Jahangiri, New York University
Tom Mucciolo, MediaNet, Inc.

Designing Student Assessments Using Technology and Media

Elizabeth McAlpin, New York University
Anandi Nagarajan, New York University

Entrepreneurship in Action

Jorge Silva-Puras, Interaktiva, LLC

Food in the 21st Century: Health, Environment, and Culture

Amy Bentley , New York University

Forty Years of Revolution: Understanding State and Society in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Then and Now

Arang Keshavarzian, New York University

Gender and Sexuality in Film

William Luhr, Saint Peter’s University

Reacting to the Past – Greenwich Village, 1913: Suffrage, Labor, and the New Woman

Rebecca Stanton, Columbia University

Separating the Signal From the Noise: The Science and the Communication of Climate Change

Benjamin Santer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Social Media and Literacy in the College Classroom: New Pathways to Learning

David J. Dent, New York University

The Haitian Experience in Literature

Gregson Davis, Duke University

The Uses of Antiquity: The Classical World in Contemporary Thought

Thomas E. Jenkins, Trinity University in San Antonio, TX

Writing Successful Grant Proposals

Beverly Kahn, SUNY-Farmingdale
Bob Kahn, CUNY’s Advanced Science Research Center

Network Summer 2017

Cuba Now and Next

Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University

Jill Lane, New York University

Designing Innovative Curricula in Health Science and Public Health

Rosalind Gregory-Bass, Spelman College
Joyce Moon Howard, New York University

Ethnic Identity in Antiquity

Erich S. Gruen, University of California, Berkeley

Global Challenges and The Future of Business

Lawrence J. White, New York University
Joseph Foudy, New York University

Hopes and Fears: U.S. Immigration and Migration Narratives

Michael D. Dinwiddie, New York University

Integrating Humanities into STEM and Professional Studies

Robert DiYanni, New York University

Learning in the Digital Age: Theory and Practice

Bruce D. Homer, Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY)

Rock and Soul: Race and Gender in American Music

Brian Torff, Fairfield University

Strategic Collaborations With Faculty: Intersections of Scholarly Communication, Teaching & Research

Kara Whatley, New York University

Teaching Shakespeare

Louis Scheeder, New York University

The Global South and Cinemas of the Americas

Jerry Carlson, The City College of the City University of New York (CUNY)

Understanding Story for Social Justice in the Classroom

Rosanne Limoncelli, New York University

Network Summer 2016

Entrepreneurship and the Business Curriculum

Jeffrey A. Carr, New York University

Ethnicity and Media

Arlene Davila, New York University

Experiences in Innovative Thinking Practices

Nancy Hechinger, New York University
Kate Hartman, OCAD University

How to Write Successful Grant Proposals

Beverly Kahn, SUNY-Farmingdale
Robert Kahn, Grants Professional and Consultant

Laughter, Humor and the comedic Sensibility: A Philosophical Investigation

Robert Gurland, New York University

Mapping the City: Digital Humanities in the Classroom

Thomas Augst, New York University

More Connected, More Disconnected: Millennials and Social Media

Kyra Gaunt, Baruch College

Real Work is Better than Homework: Strategies for Promoting Authentic Science Practices in Student Assignments

Brian P. Coppola, University of Michigan

The Allure of Ancient Greek Athletics: The Ancient Olympics and Much More

Co-sponsored by the Center of Ancient Studies at New York University

Donald G. Kyle, University of Texas at Arlington

The Narrative Poetics and Cultural Politics of Toni Morrison

Marilyn Mobley, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)

The Role of Faculty in Promoting Meaningful Consideration of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Across Multiple Disciplines

Betty Overton, John Burkhardt, and Noe Ortega, Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education at the University of Michigan
Margarita Benitez, Benitez Consulting

Network Summer 2015

Achieving Gender Justice Through Service Learning

Cynthia Spence, Spelman College

Beauty: The Fortunes and Transformations of an Ancient Greek Idea

David Konstan, New York University

Ditch the In-Class Lecture – Add Active Learning

Elizabeth McAlpin, New York University
Anandi Nagarajan, New York University

Globalization and the Making of Latin American Cities

Arlene Davila, New York University

Louis Armstrong and New Orleans Jazz: Musical and Cultural Significance

Michael Gerard White, Xavier University in New Orleans

Reading Rigorously, Writing Eloquently—and Persuasively – Across Disciplines

Pat C. Hoy II, Hendrix College

The Informatics Revolution: Using Data to Enhance Teaching Life Sciences

Stuart Brown, New York University

The Philosopher in the Marketplace: Market Morality and its Social Impact

Robert Gurland, New York University

Voices of Contemporary Islam

Vernon Schubel, Kenyon College
Nurten Kilic-Schubel, Kenyon College
Greta Scharnweber, New York University

Women and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College

World Cinema Through Global Genres

William Costanzo, Westchester Community College

Yellow Peril !!! – Understanding Xenophobia

Jack (John Kuo Wei) Tchen, New York University

Network Summer 2014

Barack Obama: the Man, the President, and the Quest for Identity and Purpose

Jeffrey Sammons, New York University

Black Irish Writing: The Irish Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance

John Waters, New York University

Emerging Trends in Archives and Special Collections: Supporting New Forms of Scholarly Communication

Marvin Taylor, New York University

Food in the 21st Century: Health, Environment, and Culture

Amy Bentley, New York University

Grant Development: Strategies for Success

Beverly Kahn, Farmingdale State College
Robert Kahn, LaGuardia Community College

“Mining” the Store: The Museum as a Pedagogical Tool

Michael Dinwiddie, New York University

Multiple Dimensions of Blended Learning

James Stenerson, Beth Gordon, Sarah Burns-Feyl, Pace University

Preparing Tomorrow’s Physicians: New Expectations for Premedical Education

Neville Kallenbach, Joel Oppenheim, New York University
Michael Gaines, University of Miami

The Ancient Greco-Roman World in the Cinema

Co-sponsored by the Center for Ancient Studies at New York University

Monica Cyrino, University of New Mexico
Jon Solomon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Color of Race in the Americas: Post-Racial Mythologies

Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University

Aisha Khan, New York University

The Middle East After the Arab Spring

Co-sponsored by the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University

Ali Banuazizi, Boston College

Understanding the New Europe 2014: Economic Dilemmas and Options

Co-sponsored by the Center for Global Affairs at New York University

Christine Shaw, New York University

Network Summer 2013

After Truth: Human Rights and Wrongs in Latin America

Jill Lane, New York University

Contemporary Black Women Writers: Race, Gender, and Power in the Literary and Political Imagination

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College

Cosmopolitanism and Pop Culture

Jason King, New York University

Evidence-Based Biology Teaching: Just the Facts or Thinking Like Scientsts?

Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University

Leadership in Fundraising Institute

Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising

Narrative Filmmaking as a Teaching Strategy

Rosanne Limoncelli, New York University

Network Science

Sylvain Cappell, New York University

Play, Games, and Education in the Digital Age

Bruce Homer, CUNY Graduate Center

Postcolonial Reception of Classical Literature and Myth

Noel Gregson Davis, New York University

Reframing Gender: Men, Women, and the State

Maya Mikdashi and Michael Gilsenan, New York University

Understanding the New Europe: Immigration

Sylvia Maier, New York University

Network Summer 2012

The 1960s: Politics, Race, and Law

Richard Polenberg, Cornell University

Contemporary Latin-American and Caribbean Cinema

Jerry Carlson, City College of New York (CUNY)

Exploring Women’s Knowledge through Oral History

Margarita Benitez, Women’s Knowledge International, Teresa Langle de la Paz, Foundation for a Culture of Peace, and Sara De Jong, Aletta Institute for Women’s History

Interactive Technologies for Teaching and Learning

Sarah Burns Feyl, Beth Gordon Klingner, and James Stenerson, Pace University

Interprofessional Competencies: A New Paradigm for Nursing Education

Barbara Krainovich Miller, New York University

Memories of Malcolm X: Gender, Class, and Ideology

Barbara Ransby, University of Illinois at Chicago

New Orleans Jazz: A Metaphor for American Life

Michael White, Xavier University of Louisiana

People Power: Revolts in the Arab World

Chris Toensing, Middle East Report, and Jeannie Sowers, University of New Hampshire

Practicing Critical and Creative Thinking

John Chaffee, LaGuardia Community College, and Robert DiYanni, New York University

Tackling Tough Topics through the Classics

Sharon James, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

The Tree of Life: Teaching Evolution and Genomics

Rob DeSalle, American Museum of Natural History

Network Summer 2011

The African-American Imagination

Leslie King-Hammond, Maryland Institute of Art

Afro-Latino History and Culture

Juan Flores, New York University

The Anatomy of Evil

Robert Gurland, New York University

The Asian Business Experience

Joseph Foudy, New York University

Coverage in Context: Media and the Middle East

Rochelle Davis, Georgetown University and Chris Toensing, Middle East Research and Information Project

The Material World

Michael Ward, New York University

New Technologies for Teaching and Learning

Sarah Burns Feyl, Beth Gordon Klingner, and James Stenerson, Pace University

Reading, Conceiving, Writing: Inductive Disciplines

Pat Hoy II, New York University

Shakespeare and Early Modern Globalization

Jean Howard, Columia University

Women and Public Life in Ancient Times

Kristina Milnor, Barnard College

Network Summer 2010

Computing in the Humanities

Deena Engel, New York University

Financial Crises Past and Present

Richard Sylla and Lawrence J. White, New York University

Forgiveness: The Origins of a Moral Idea

David Konstan, Brown University

The Geopolitics of Oil

Robert Maguire, Trinity College

Learning Through Collaborative Technologies

Christopher Hoadley, New York University

Lost New York

Cyrus Patell and Bryan Waterman, New York University

Making Americans: Historical Perspectives on Civic Education in the United States

Jonathan Zimmerman, New York University

Popular Music inthe 21st Century

Jason King, New York University

Responding to Women’s Issues Through Service Learning

Cynthia Spence, Spelman College

Sustainability of the Water Environment

Peter Rogers, Harvard University

Varieties of Political Islam

Ali Banuazizi, Boston College

Network Summer 2009

Art, Public Policy and Politics

Sandra Lang and Laurin Raiken, New York University

Changing Places, Changing Faces: Recent Immigrant Settlement in the United States and Its Consequences

Katherine Donato, Vanderbilt University

Chemical Biology: Introduction to HIV Drug Design

Paramjit Arora and Neville Kallenbach, New York University

Ethics in Practice

Phillip Mitsis, New York University

New Technologies for Teaching and Learning (Section 1)

Maaike Bouwmeester, TaskStream and Jan Plass, New York University

New Technologies for Teaching and Learning (Section 2)

Beth Klingner and James Stenerson, Pace University

Reading Richard Wright

Jerry W. Ward, Jr., Dillard University

Reading, Writing, and Service Learning

June Foley, New York University

Teaching and Learning About Evolution 150 Years After The Origin of Species

Shara Bailey and Todd Disotell, New York University

The African Roots of Jazz

John Collins, University of Ghana and Michael White, Xavier University of Louisiana

Women in Film

William Luhr, Saint Peter’s College

Network Summer 2008

Application of Mathematics in Finance and Economics

Robert Kohn and Jonathan Goodman, New York University

Better than Fiction: The Urban Chronicle and the New Latin American Novel

Ana Dopico, New York University

Critical and Creative Thinking Across the Media

Robert DiYanni, The College Board
Bill Costanzo, Westchester Community College

Designing Effective Online Learning Environments

Jan Plass, New York University

Dynamics of Social Diversity in College Classrooms: New Topics in Teaching for Social Justice

Maurianne Adams, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Entrepreneurship and the Business Curriculum

Jeffrey Carr, New York University

Harlem and Its Landmarks: A Physical and Institutional History of the Black Metropolis

Jeffrey Sammons, New York University

Library Assessment: Measuring and Documenting the Library’s Contribution to Academic Success

Steve Hiller, University of Washington
Jim Self, University of Virginia

Teaching Visual Storytelling

Roseanne Limoncelli, New York University

The Landscape of Food in the Twenty-First Century

Amy Bentley, New York University

The Quest for Peace in the Ancient World and Beyond

Kurt Raaflaub, Brown University

Women’s Studies in a Global World: Pedagogies of Transformation

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College
Chandra Mohanty, Syracuse Universtiy

Network Summer 2007

American History through Indigenous Eyes

Daniel Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University

Archival and Special Collections — Building, Caring for, and Using the Collections

Michael Stoller, New York University

Bio2010: Epidemics and Epidemiology – Tuberculosis: A Returning Threat

Amy Davidow, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sylvain Cappell, New York University
Neville Kallenbach, New York University

Educating for Civic Engagement: Making Democracy An American Reality

Yvette Alex-Assensoh, Indiana University
Mary Ryan, Washington Internship Institute

Ensuring Successful Online Learning

Minchi Kim, New York University

Foundations of Online Course Development

Ian Aronson, New York University

From 9/11 to Katrina: Disaster in the Classroom and News Media

David Dent, New York University

Global Women’s Movements

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College

Multiculturalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Contemporary New York Writing

Cyrus Patell, New York University
Bryan Waterman, New York University

The Origins of Political Values in Ancient Greece and Their Continuation into Modern Political Thought

Kurt Raaflaub, Brown University

Teaching Business Ethics

Bruce Buchanan, New York University

Teaching Creative Writing

Richard Howard, Columbia University

The Voice from Sinai: The Sacred Scriptures of the Jews, Christians, and Muslims

Frank Peters, New York University

Network Summer 2006

Approaches to Critical/Creative Thinking

John Chaffee, LaGuardia Community College
Robert DiYanni, New York University
John Henry Davis, LaGuardia Community College

BIO 2010: How Genes Act in Populations

Neville Kallenbach, New York University
John Gillespie, University of California, Los Angeles
Cynthia Bauerle, Spelman College

Business Education: Changing Practices and More to Come

Mike Uretsky, New York University

Conditions for Democracy: From Ancient Mesopotamia to Modern Iraq

Kurt Raaflaub, Brown University

Evidence-Based Practice: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Nursing Education

Hila Richardson, New York University
May Dobal, New York University

From Punk to Postmodernism: Teaching Contemporary Culture through Archives and Theory

Marvin Taylor, New York University

New York City, American Literature, and the Cosmopolitan Ideal

Cyrus Patell, New York University
Bryan Waterman, New York University

Performance and Politics in the Americas

Diana Taylor, New York University

Reacting to the Past

Kristina Milnor, Barnard College

South Africa at the Moment of Transition

Daniel Herwitz, University of Michigan

Network Summer 2005

After Women’s Studies? New Paradigms in Gender Studies

Lisa Duggan, New York University

Bio 2010: Integrative Approaches to Teaching Science

Neville Kallenbach, New York University

Culture through Translation

Serge Gavronsky, Barnard College

Global Mythologies

Joy Connolly, New York University

Introduction to American Indian Literatures of the United States

Eric Cheyfitz, Cornell University

Modern Jazz and the Political Imagination

Professor Robin D. G. Kelley, Columbia University

Selected Topics in Health and Mental Health: Women, Race and Social Class

Karen Wyche, University of Miami

Technology in Teacher Education

Denise Schmidt, Iowa State University
Ann Thompson, Iowa State University

Human Rights Across the Disciplines

Margaret Satterthwaite, New York University
Professor Smita Narula, New York University

Network Summer 2004

American Literature in Transition: 1900-1950

Jonathan Levin, Fordham University

Art and Science at the Crossroads

Cynthia Pannucci, Art and Science Collaborations, Inc.

Curricular Issues in Computer Science

Edmond Schonberg, New York University

Experimental Economics: Research and Teaching

Andrew Schotter, New York University
Shachar Kariv, University of California, Berkeley

The Fight for Equality: Blacks and the Military

Jeffrey Sammons, New York University

Foundations of Service Learning

Cynthia Neal Spence, Spelman College

Rethinking Haiti: Opportunities for Insight and Reflection

Robert Maguire, Trinity College

Sampling Hip-Hop: Popular Culture as a Pedagogical Tool

Kyra D. Gaunt, New York University

Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice

Maurianne Adams, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Network Summer 2003

Carnival: Focus on Trinidad

Richard Schechner, New York University

Literatures of the Americas: New Approaches

Rachel Adams, Columbia University
Cyrus Patell, New York University

Physics in the Science Curriculum: From Inquiry to Integration

Marta Dark, Spelman College
Trace Jordan, New York University

Reckoning with Race in the Media

Pamela Newkirk, New York University

Statistics and Probability in Developing Critical Thinking

Charles M. Newman, New York University
Sharon L. Weinberg, New York University
Eileen Rodriguez, New York University

The American Dilemma: Psychoanalysis and Race

Adelbert Jenkins, New York University
Neil Altman, New York University

The Electronic Library

Lucinda Covert Vail, New York University
Marybeth McCartin, New York University
Alicia Estes, New York University

The Practice of Ethics

Phillip Mitsis, New York University

Network Summer 2002

Instructional Design for the World Wide Web

Jan Plass, New York University

Latino Studies Across the Curriculum

Arlene Davila, New York University

Performance in the Public Sphere

Richard Schechner, New York University

Phoenix Rising: Ancient Responses to Misfortune and Disaster

Philip Mitsis and Lawrence Schiffman, New York University

Teaching Africa: Interdisciplinary Approaches

Manthia Diawara, Howard University

The New Chemistry

Neville Kallenbach, New York University

Women in the Middle East: Histories, Feminisms, & Fictions

Marilyn Booth, University of Illinois

Network Summer 2001

Ancient Cities and Modern Urbanism

Christopher Ratte, New York University
Irad Malkin, University of Tel Aviv
Matthew Santirocco, New York University (Coordinator)

Caribbean Studies Curriculum Development

Gerard Aching, New York University

Fiction Writing

Shay Youngblood, New York University

Global Dimensions of Business Education

Frederick Choi, New York University

Instructional Design for the World-Wide Web

Jan Plass, New York University

Neuroscience: Brain and Behavior

Lynne Kiorpes, New York University and Michael McGinniss, Spelman College

New Currents in Educational Research

Richard Arum, New York University

Topics in U.S. Violence Research: The Psychology of Violence

Alfred Blumstein, Carnegie Mellon University

Network Summer 2000

American Experimental Performance 1950-2000

Richard Schechner, New York University

Emergent Contemporary Literatures on the United States

Cyrus Patell, New York University

Performing Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome

Matthew Santirocco, New York University, Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Hamilton College, and Amy Richlin, University of Southern California

Quantitative Reasoning in the Undergraduate Curriculum

Frederick Greenleaf and Andre Adler, New York University

Technological Transformation on the Undergraduate Classroom

J. Douglas Klein, Union College

The Making of the African Diaspora

Robin Kelley, New York University

Topics in U.S. Violence Research: Origins and Solutions

Ruth Peterson, Ohio State University and Robert Crutchfield, University of Washington

Network Summer 1999

Creativity, Justice and Desire: Themes in Black Feminist Thought

Tricia Rose, New York University

Environmental Science in the Undergraduate Curriculum

David Buckalew, Xavier University
Arthur Penn, Louisiana State University
Neville Kallenbach and Joel Oppenheim, New York University (Coordinators)

Ethics and Science

Robert Baker, Union College

Freedom and Slavery in Ancient Greece and Rome

Josiah Ober, Princeton University
Barry Strauss, Cornell University
Matthew Santirocco, New York University (Coordinator)

Performances of Great Magnitude

Richard Schechner, New York University

Race, Law and Religion

Derrick Bell, New York University and Gail Bowman, Dillard University

Rethinking American History: Locating an International and Global Context

Thomas Bender, New York University

K-12 Teacher Education: Models, Standards and Research

Mark Alter, Marilyn Sobelman, and Robert Malgady, New York University

Network Summer 1998

Comparative Women’s Studies: Transnational Feminisms

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College and Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Hamilton College

Financial Mathematics

Jonathan Goodman and Robert Kohn, New York University

Rethinking African-American History and Literature Through Autobiography: Part III

Jeffery Sammons, New York University
Farah J. Griffin, University of Pennsylvania

Ritual in/and Performance Studies

Richard Schechner, New York University

Shakespeare and the Question of Difference

Jean Howard, Columbia University

The Classical World: Roots of Liberalism

Philip Mitsis, New York University
Matthew Santirocco, New York University (Coordinator)

Theory, Policy and Practice in K-12 Education

Mark Alter, Marilyn Sobelman, and Robert Malgady, New York University

Network Summer 1997

American Social and Political Activist Performance: The 1930’s , The 1960’s and The 1990’s

Richard Schechner, New York University

The Black American Experience: Perspectives in the Social Sciences

Robin Kelly, New York University and Manning Marable, Columbia University

The Classical World

Matthew Santirocco, New York University

Comparative Women’s Studies

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College and Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Hamilton College

Intellectual Life in the Media

David Dent, New York University

Rethinking African-American History and Literature Through Autobiography: Part II

Jeffery Sammons & Philip Brian Harper, New York University

Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement in Molecular and Cellular Biology: Part II

Neville Kallenbach, Joel Oppenheim, and Louise Pape, New York University, Kenneth Boutte, Xavier University of Louisiana, Jann Primus, Spelman College

Network Summer 1996

Creative Writing: A Poetry Workshop

Lucille Clifton, St. Mary’s College, Galway Kinnell and Sharon Olds, New York University

Diaspora Communities in and from the Near East

Jill Claster, New York University

Information Literacy: The Library’s Role in a Changing Information Environment

Lucinda Covert-Vail, Alicia Estes, and Marybeth McCartin, New York University

Race and Media: Publishing in the Popular Press

David Dent, New York University

Rethinking African-American History and Literature Through Autobiography

Jeffery Sammons & Philip Brian Harper, New York University

Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement in Molecular and Cellular Biology

Neville Kallenbach, New York University
Kenneth G. Boutte, Xavier University of Louisiana
Jann Primus, Spelman College

Network Summer 1995

Latin American and Caribbean Studies in the College Curriculum

Christopher Mitchell, New York University

Molecular Biology For Teachers of Undergraduate Biology and Chemistry

Neville Kallenbach, New York University
Jann Primus, Spelman College

Project Write

Pat Hoy II, Darlene Forest, and Denice Martone, New York University

Research and Education workshop in Mathematics and Computer Education

Sylvain Cappell, New York University

The New Technology: Library and Media Services

Lucinda Covert-Vail, New York University

Teaching Through Film: Representations of African Americans

Sheril Antonio and William G. Simon, New York University

Voice, Power, and Intimacy: Representing Black Women in American Culture

Tricia Rose, New York University

Network Summer 1994

Center for Advanced Teaching: Multimedia Seminar Series

Jacob T. Schwartz, New York University

Expository Writing: A Week-Long Introductory Seminar

Pat Hoy II, Darlene Forest, and Denise Martone, New York University

Molecular Biology for Teachers of Undergraduate Biology and Chemistry

Phil Furmanski, Neville Kallenbach, New York University
Jann Primus, Spelman College

Multimedia Seminar Series

Jacob Schwartz, New York University

The End of the Old Order and the making of the Modern Near East

Jill Claster, New York University

Network Summer 1993

Current Issues on Mathematics and Mathematics Education

Sylvain Cappell, New York University

Religious Resurgence in the Modern Near East

Jill Claster, New York University

Representing the African-American South

Jerry W. Ward, Jr., Tougaloo College

Teaching Through Film: The American City as Subject

Sheril Antonio and William G. Simon, New York University

The Contemporary Caribbean: Nations, Cultures and Development

Christopher Mitchell, New York University

The Development of Brain Function: An International Symposium

J. Anthony Movshon, New York University

Network Summer 1992

Advances in Modern Chemistry: Redesigning the Undergraduate Curriculum

Neville Kallenbach, New York University

The American Immigrant Experience

David Reimers, New York University

Education in America: The Dream and the Reality

Robert Gurland, New York University

Issues for Continuing Education Decision Makers

Gerald Heeger, New York University

The Modern Near East: Islamic Realities and Media Images

Jill Claster, New York University

The World of 1492 and Ours

A. Richard Turner, New York University

At Tougaloo College – Education in America: The Dream and the Reality

Robert Gurland, New York University

Network Summer 1991

Advances in Modern Biological Sciences

Philip Frumanski and J. Anthony Movshon, New York University

Neurons, Vision and Cognition

J. Anthony Movshon and Paul Witkovsky, New York University

The American Experience: A Poetry Workshop

Galway Kinnell, Sharon Olds, New York University
Michael Harper, Brown University

The American Experience as Seen Through the African-American Experience from the 18th through the 20th Centuries

Jeffrey Sammons, New York University
Margaret Washington, Cornell University

The Early American Experience as Shaped by Those Outside the Mainstream, 1763-1863

Carl Prince, New York University

The Columbus Legacy: The Roots of Contemporary Latin American Issues

Christopher Mitchell, New York University

Network Summer 1990

The Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Francis Peters, New York University

Problems in Mathematics and its Learning and Teaching

Anneli Lax, New York University

Rethinking Rights: Laws, Social Movements, and Institutional Reform

Christine Harrington, New York University

Teaching Science to the Non-Science College Student

Sidney Borowitz, New York University