Collaborating with teachers to make history relevant and empowering for students.

The UCLA History-Geography Project is one of the sites of the California History Social Science Project.  We collaborate with educational researchers, historians and practitioners to design and lead professional development programs that enrich K-12 history-social studies instruction.

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Gupta Empire & Srivijava Kingdom workshop

Sites of Encounter: Gupta Empire & Srivijava Kingdom, 300-1200

June 17 - June 18

This free two-day workshop for 7th grade World History teachers explores the Gupta Empire & Srivijaya Kingdom as “Sites of Encounter”, or places that existed in the pre-modern world that brought together different cultures via trade.

Teaching with Primary Sources: History Makers: Women in American Politics

June 18 - June 20

This free three-day workshop will focus on each wave of the American feminist movement in the United States. Topics for study will include: suffrage, women-centered legislation, and social movements of the past and today.


LGBTQ History: Contextualizing the Stonewall Riots

June 24 - June 28

This free weeklong program will explore the activism that occurred on the west coast that preceded Stonewall through readings, presentations by historians, model lessons, and a hands-on exploration of the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.

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Camille Heatherly, Program Coordinator
(310) 206-3544