This page was originally put together in the wake of the tragic events in Charlottesville in the summer of 2017. Below you'll find some resources specific to that difficult moment:
- Padron, Zoe. I’m a teacher in Charlottesville. This is how I’ll talk to students about what happened. The Washington Post. (Though this is geared toward teachers of younger students, it still has a great deal to offer teachers of any age group.)
- University of Virginia Center for Teaching Excellence. Responding to Critical Incidents.
- Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Teaching After Charlottesville.
- Syllabi and Curricula (a collection of readings and resources on issues and history relevant to the events in Charlottesville)
- JSTOR Daily. Charlottesville Syllabus: Readings on the History of Hate in America.
- University of Georgia. Race in America: A UGa Press Reading List.
- UVa Graduate Coalition. The Charlottesville Syllabus. (Readings specifically on the history of race and hate in Charlottesville itself, as well as on the recent Charlottesville events.)
- Various, Twitter. (Ongoing) Tweets Tagged “#CharlottesvilleCurriculum.” (Lots of curricular suggestions for teaching about events in Charlottesville.)