Rebecca Kennedy — syllabi for teaching Race and Ethnicity in Classical Antiquity
Nancy Rabinowitz — syllabus for “Tragedy, Then and Now” — taught at Hamilton college, Fall 2016
Elina Salminen, who was part of our panel at the 2018 SCS — “Modern approaches to inequality in the ancient world: power and powerlessness in Classical Greece”
#Immigrationsyllabus, a resource developed by immigration historians from across the country to help the public understand the deep historical roots of today’s immigration debates. Created in partnership with the University of Minnesota’s Immigration History Research Center and the Immigration and Ethnic History Society.
Steven Hunt (2016) “Teaching Sensitive Topics in the Secondary Classics Classroom” Journal of Classics Teaching, Volume 17, Issue 34 pp. 31-43 – open access
Teaching Trump – the following bibliography was submitted by Elizabeth Bobrick, Visiting Scholar, Department of Classical Studies, Wesleyan University; the readings were collected by Elizabeth McAlister, Department of Religion Wesleyan University.
Elizabeth Michelle Franko, “Democracy at Work? The Lessons of Donald Trump and The Apprentice,” in Escoffery, How Real is Reality TV: Essays on Representation. Pp 247-258.
Hall, Goldstein, and Ingram, “The Hands of Donald Trump: Entertainment, gesture, spectacle.” HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 6 (2) 2016, 71-100.
Rachel E. Dubrofsky, “Authentic Trump: Yearning for Civility” in Television and New Media, 1-4, 2016.
Ico Maly, “Why Trump Won,” unpublished working paper from scholar at Tilburg University
George Lakoff (UC Berkeley) “Understanding Trump’s Use of Language” online at https://georgelakoff.com/…/understanding-trumps-use-of-lan…/
Moustafa Bayoumi, “Racing Religion” The New Centennial Review Vol 6, No 2 2006 (pp. 267-293).
Leerom Medovoi, “Dogma-Line Racism: Islamophobia and the Second Axis of Race” (Social Text 111 Vol 30, no 2 (Summer 2012) 43-74.
Anti-semitism, then and now
David Brion Davis, “Responses to International Involvement and Ethnic Pluralism (1918-1948) in The Fear of Conspiracy, pp 205-210
Dearborn Independent, “The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem (1920) in Davis, pp 228-238.
Paul M. Winter, “What Price Tolerance?” (1928), in Davis, pp 240-247.
Charles Jansen, “Emulating the Tribe” (2015) from Radix.
Kelly J. Baker, “White Collar Supremacy” in NYTimes, Nov 25, 2016.
Sarah Posner, “Radically Mainstream” in Rolling Stone online, Nov 28, 2016.
Roland Martin interviews Richard Spencer on Youtube.