Year 3 -- A Collaborative Research Focus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To document this year, various articles were published via Education's Histories in serialized installments, each discussing roughly a third of the year. Click the links below to read further:

 

Youth Historians in Harlem: Exploring the Possibilities in Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth and Scholars

(Part 1 of 3) [NOW AVAILABLE TO READ ONLINE OPEN-ACCESS]

 

Youth Historians in Harlem: Exploring the Possibilities in Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth and Scholars

(Part 2 of 3) [NOW AVAILABLE TO READ ONLINE OPEN-ACCESS]

 

Youth Historians in Harlem: Exploring the Possibilities in Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth and Scholars

(Part 3 of 3) [COMING IN 2017, IN A LONG FORM ARTICLE]

In the third year of Youth Historians in Harlem, the program continued with the same primary cohort of high school students -- all but one in the 12th grade. As opposed to the previous two years where students have worked on individual projects, instead, this year students and researchers worked collaboratively together in partnership to research the history of education in Harlem.

 

How can youth researchers -- who have participated in historical work for two years now -- work with scholars to collaboratively produce original scholarship on the history of education? Together, using the joint perspective of researchers and students, we worked to create great scholarship together.

 

 

© 2012 by YOUTH HISTORIANS IN HARLEM.