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ES-272452-20
We The People: Migrant Waves in the Making of America
Kathleen Short, Arizona Board of Regents

Grant details: https://apps.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=ES-272452-20

Reflective Blog Post Describing Institute and Key Strategies: "Digging Deeper into Migration Stories through MultiModal Text Sets" (Blog Post)
Title: Reflective Blog Post Describing Institute and Key Strategies: "Digging Deeper into Migration Stories through MultiModal Text Sets"
Author: Kathy G. Short
Author: Carol Brochin
Author: Leah Durán
Abstract: Co-directors Drs. Brochin, Durán, and Short coauthored a reflective blog post on the Worlds of Words website describing the NEH Institute and how literature and the creation of multimodal text sets were used as key strategies for understanding histories and movements of people who are often left out of traditional narratives of US history. The blog post communicates the significance of the project and shares the results (including direct links to a couple of participant products, or text sets) to colleagues, teachers, and the general public.
Date: 10/14/2021
Primary URL: https://wowlit.org/blog/2021/10/14/digging-deeper-into-migration-stories-through-multimodal-text-sets/
Primary URL Description: Website: wowlit.org Page: blog Date Published: 2021/10/14 Blog Title: digging-deeper-into-migration-stories-through-multimodal-text-sets
Blog Title: Digging Deeper into Migration Stories through MultiModal Text Sets
Website: Worlds of Words: Center of Global Literacies and Literatures

Institute Multimodal Text Sets (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: Institute Multimodal Text Sets
Author: Richelle María Vargas
Author: Angelica Serrano
Author: Loren Reyes
Author: Deonna Tourtellot
Author: Lauren Clough
Author: Carol Brochin
Author: Leah Durán
Author: Kathy Short
Abstract: A webpage housing the eleven text sets created by the Institute’s planning team as resources for the Institute’s participants. Each set includes 10-15 pieces of literature, audio, video, and primary documents that are conceptually related but provide multiple perspectives on the theme, time period, region, or community being highlighted. Each text set corresponds to one of the days of the institute, and was used to deepen and expand participants’ understanding of the highlighted theme, time period, region, or community. They are included on the webpage as PDF documents. These are curricular materials developed for use by participants during the institute and subsequently published for the general public to use as curricular materials in their education settings.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://wethepeople.coe.arizona.edu/2021-institute/institute-multi-modal-text-sets
Primary URL Description: Website: wethepeople.coe.arizona.edu (NEH We The People website hosted on the University of Arizona's College of Education website) Page: 2021 Institute Subpage: Institute MultiModal Text Sets
Audience: General Public

Participant-Created MultiModal Text Sets (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: Participant-Created MultiModal Text Sets
Author: Rhashida Hilliard
Author: Markia Miller
Author: Patricia Palomera
Author: Tameka Marshall
Author: Sache Crouch
Author: Sabrina Nargiz
Author: Chris Arteaga
Author: Dani Harton
Author: Rae Richards
Author: Rick Froehbrodt
Author: Christina Bustos
Author: Kevin Anderson
Author: Carissa Delgado
Author: Pahola Paugh
Author: Jess Stewart
Author: Madison Loya
Author: Alicia Agosti
Author: Zoe Reeves
Author: Jaye Harden
Author: Zorayda Agus
Author: Melanie Monk
Author: Rebecca Guerrero
Author: Cynthia Cantu
Author: Rick Zamorano
Author: Susana Pederson
Author: Zulma Tobos
Author: Patricia Vazquez
Author: Brieanne Buttner
Author: Natalie Woods
Author: Trina Alkema
Abstract: The 30 participants in the 2021 “We the People”: Migrant Waves in the Making of America NEH Summer Institute were tasked with creating a digital, multimodal text set as a study of a state, region, time period, or people’s history. These multimodal text sets are critical studies of those histories around past and current waves of migration and center perspectives of traditionally underrepresented communities. This webpage houses the 22 digital collections, as some participants created their text sets in collaboration with other participants. Each text set includes a synopsis and an annotated bibliography. These were created as part of each participant's research and are published as curricular materials accessible to the general public for use/inspiration in their respective educational settings.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://wethepeople.coe.arizona.edu/2021-institute/participant-text-sets
Primary URL Description: Website: wethepeople.coe.arizona.edu (NEH We The People website hosted on the University of Arizona's College of Education website) Page: 2021 Institute Subpage: ParticipantText Sets
Audience: General Public

2022 National Council of Teachers of English Roundtable Session Proposal: Multimodal Text Sets of the Untold and Silenced Stories in our Communities (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: 2022 National Council of Teachers of English Roundtable Session Proposal: Multimodal Text Sets of the Untold and Silenced Stories in our Communities
Author: Kathy G. Short
Author: Carol Brochin
Author: Leah Durán
Author: Loren Reyes
Author: Lauren Clough
Author: Deonna Tourtellot
Author: Patricia Vazquez
Author: Richard Zamorano
Author: Christina Bustos
Author: Kevin Anderson
Author: Madison Loya
Author: Zorayda Agus
Author: Brieanne Buttner
Author: Cynthia Cantu
Author: Carissa Delgado
Author: Rick Froehbrodt
Author: Rebecca Guerrero
Abstract: Note: Actual proposal PDF is included in the Supplementary Materials section. No URL available. Proposal Name: Multimodal Text Sets of the Untold and Silenced Stories in our Communities A proposal to the November 2022 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention was submitted by the co-directors, planning and teaching team, and 11 of the participants to share about the NEH institute and products from the project. If accepted, the presentation will include a panel discussion about the framework and focus of the NEH institute, a gallery walk among poster displays set up by teacher participants to share their multimodal text sets and the ways these text sets are being used in classrooms, and a panel discussion about strategies for researching multimodal text sets to uncover stories. The goal of this presentation is to inspire educators to engage in these practices in their own contexts and provide practical examples of text set implementation along with humanities research strategies. This event would give participants of our project the opportunity to extend their professional development, presenting to a national audience.
Date: 01/17/2022
Conference Name: 2022 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention


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