The Detroit Shoreway Oral History Project aims to collect, preserve, and present stories about Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. A collaboration between the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, Cleveland State University Department of History and Ryan Weitzel of Exit Stencil Records, the project aims to collect, preserve, and present stories about the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood and, […]
The American Institute of Architects (Cleveland Chapter) Oral History Project. In 2006, in collaboration with Nina Friedlander Gibans, the Center began collecting oral history interviews with some of Cleveland’s best-known architects. 26 interviews in all were captured by Gibans and a team of researchers and students from the Center. These interviews help bring the city’s […]
The Academy for American History was a grant-funded workshop sponsored by the US Dept. of Education’s Teaching American History program. For more information on this workshop, contact the Dept. of History at Cleveland State University.
The Sounds of American History Project will engage teachers and their students in a rich multimedia experience, where teachers will become experts at using sound in the classroom. Teachers will hear America’s voices and music; examining how the sounds of America have changed as the very fabric of the nation shifted from fields to factories, […]
Rivers, Roads, and Rails is presented by Euclid City Schools, in collaboration with twenty-seven other school districts, Cleveland State University, Kenyon College, Case Western Reserve University, the Tuscarawas-Carroll-Harrison Educational Services Center, and the National Park Service. The project seeks to improve student achievement by improving the expertise and instructional skills of American History teachers. The […]