Wednesday, April 13, 2011

World War II in the Pacific: Exploring Hawai‘i and Pacific Island Perspectives Using Primary Sources

Pacific Historic Parks, Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities, and the National Park Service.
Date: July 11-15, 2011
Place: Tokai University, Honolulu and various WWII historic sites on O‘ahu
Cost: Free and open to all K-12 public and private school teachers in Hawai‘i, with travel support and accommodations provided to neighbor island teachers
This five-day institute will enable teachers—via tours, panel presentations, and hands-on discussion sessions—to explore the causes and effects of the Pacific War by examining three types of primary historical sources: 1) historic sites; 2) oral histories; and 3) documents, photographs, and artifacts.
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