My Dear Friends, These are indeed difficult times. The murder of George Floyd is just one more instance of police brutality and the racism that lies at the heart of our country. We, as educators, have much work to do: first in educating ourselves, in confronting our own biases and in working with and for […]
“Not only a better writer, but also a better person”: What National History Day Teaches Young Writers
Written by Meg Petersen, Professor of English & Director of the National Writing Project in New Hampshire at Plymouth State University When I asked a small middle school student in a white shirt and a bow tie what he had learned from writing his National History Day paper on Bobby Fischer and U. S. Foreign […]
Each summer, the National Writing Project in New Hampshire invites contemporary authors and thinkers to visit our summer institutes to talk about their experiences writing, publishing and teaching. Summer institute fellows attend, and these events are also open to the public. We invite past fellows and potential future fellows to join us for these free […]
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