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The Roaring 20's
Scholar: Dr. David Krugler – University of Wisconsin Plattville
April 27, 2024
HOSTED BY: Florida Council for History Education and Mount Dora High School

LOCATION:
Mount Dora High School
700 N. Highland Street
Mount Dora, FL 32575

SIGN-IN and WELCOME: 8:30 AM-8:55 AM
SEMINAR: 9:00 AM – 2:15 PM
About this seminar:

What made the 1920's "roar," and what did that mean for politics, policy, the ecomony, and society in America?  Study these questions and mulitiple perspectives on them through a collection of original documents in seminar format.

This program will be conducted as a Socratic discussion, utilizing primary source documents as the only readings, and with the Discussion Leader facilitating the conversation, instead of lecturing or presenting. Registrants, therefore, are highly encouraged to read all the documents in advance and come ready with questions. All attendees will receive a Letter of Attendance at the end of the seminar.

 

Civil Disobedience in American History
Scholar: Dr. David Krugler – University of Wisconsin Plattville
November 4, 2023
HOSTED BY: Florida Council for History Education

LOCATION:
Ringling Museum of Art- Chao Lecture Hall
5401 Bay Shore Rd
Sarasota, FL 34243

SIGN-IN and WELCOME: 8:30 AM -8:55 AM
SEMINAR: 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM
About this seminar:

This seminar examines the controversial topic of civil disobedience. Here we will consider whether civil disobedience could be an appropriate response to unjust laws in a liberal democracy. We begin by looking at the foundations of government set forth in the writings of John Locke and the Declaration of Independence. Our examination of this topic will then turn to two famous opposing sets of ideas on civil disobedience. By comparing
several respective arguments, our aim is to consider whether civil disobedience is compatible with the principles of government as defined by the Declaration of Independence.

This program will be conducted as a Socratic discussion, utilizing primary source documents as the only readings, and with the Discussion Leader facilitating the conversation, instead of lecturing or presenting. Registrants, therefore, are highly encouraged to read all the documents in advance and come ready with questions. All attendees will receive a Letter of Attendance at the end of the seminar.

Please join us for one-day seminars,
​free of charge:
The seminar and materials are available to participants FREE OF CHARGE!