Teaching With Maps: Curriculum and Schedule

Institute Staff

Note that this schedule is tentative and may change.

Saturday, July 13

Sunday July 14

Focus of day: Community building and exploring historical and modern geography of Portland, ME as a maritime community

Monday July 15

Focus of the Day: Indigenous Geographies of the Dawnland

Map of the Day: Native-Land.ca

Tuesday July 16

Focus of the Day: Penobscot Sense of Place

Map of the Day:  Iyoka Eli-Wihtamakw Kǝtahkinawal /This Is How We Name Our Lands

Wednesday, July 17 (Travel to Bar Harbor)

Thursday, July 18 (Travel to Bath, ME)

Friday, July 19

Saturday, July 20

Sunday, July 21

Week 2: Boston and New Bedford

Monday, July 22nd

Tuesday, July 23rd

Wednesday, July 24

Focus of the Day: Landscape of Activism: Black Boston at the Turn of the 20th Century

Map of the Day: Urban atlases of Boston, MA using Atlascope

Thursday, July 25th

Focus of the Day: Frederick Douglass and Black New Bedford, MA

Map of the Day: O.H. Bailey & Co., View of the city of New Bedford, Mass (Leonard B. Ellis, 1876). Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center.

Friday, July 26th

Focus of the Day: Wrap up and Putting it all together: Mapping Community and Resilience

Map of the Day: John Foster and William Hubbard, A map of New-England, [1677]. Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center.

Saturday, July 27th

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