Frostburg State University invites the Maryland community to participate in a 2-day workshop introducing the Reacting to the Past pedagogical role playing game Frederick Douglass, Slavery, Abolitionism, and the Constitution: 1845, led by Dr. Mark Higbee, Professor of History at Eastern Michigan University.
The workshop will be held at Frostburg State University on Saturday February 16, and Sunday February 17, 2013. (In case of extreme weather the workshop will be held on March 2 and 3.)
All participants will receive a historical role to play and game materials including primary texts to help them prepare to play their role.
This workshop is presented in partnership with Reacting to the Past and the FSU Department of Philosophy and History, African American Studies Program, Women’s Studies Program, International Studies Program, Center for Teaching Excellence Advisory Group, President’s Advisory Council for Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Black Student Alliance and National Council of Negro Women.