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World War I and Its Aftermath

The deadline for this seminar is now closed.

The National World War I Museum and Memorial is very excited to partner with The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History for a special week-long Teacher Seminar July 16-22, 2017: World War I and Its Aftermath. Detailed information, including a link for applications, can be found on the Gilder Lehrman website.

This seminar features Dr. Jay Winter, who will examine the origins, scope, and consequences of World War I with a particular emphasis on the revolution in violence between 1914 and 1918, the obliteration of the distinction between military and civilian targets, the failed peace settlement, and the patterns of remembrance.

This is a highly competitive program. Chosen participants will receive a week of in-depth content knowledge shared by Dr. Winter, Gilder Lehrman Master Teacher Fellows and members of the Museum Collections and Education staff, limited travel reimbursement, as well as hotel accommodations and meals.

The deadline to apply is Feb. 2, 2017. The seminar will take place at the Museum in Kansas City, MO.