Join us on Saturday, May 6, for a discussion with the Teaching Woody Guthrie Collective — We All Work Together: Creating Curriculum for “People Are the Song” and Beyond.
This panel is presented free of charge as part of the Woody Guthrie Center 10th Anniversary.
About the Teaching Woody Guthrie Collective
The Teaching Woody Guthrie Collective is a group of teacher-scholars, activists, and musicians who are dedicated to collaborating across disciplines to illustrate Woody Guthrie’s relevance in today’s precarious world. The purpose is to share teaching resources, exchange ideas for assessment, create interdisciplinary curriculum and contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
They have served as educational consultants for the Morgan Library and are continuing to develop curriculum for faculty to use in the college classroom. Future goals of the Collective include offering symposia and conferences, creating a geospatial story map of Woody’s life and music, developing community-based and service-learning community projects, and designing additional teaching materials for the college classroom.
Members of the collective:
- Court Carney, Stephen F. Austin State University
- Michele Fazio, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
- Mark F. Fernandez, Loyola University New Orleans
- Gustavus Stadler, Haverford College
- Aimee Zoeller, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus
Click here for more info about work that the collective has done with the Woody Guthrie Center in the past.
Learn more about the collective at their website.