TEACHING ATLANTAConnecting Classrooms to Communities
This website is a resource for college and high school instructors who are interested in utilizing Atlanta and the Metro Atlanta region as a subject or a case study in their teaching. Our goal is to connect our students to the history and culture of our city. We also hope to connect teachers to one another, across disciplines and institutions.
Teaching Atlanta is part of the Atlanta Studies network.
Featured Syllabi & Assignments
This interdisciplinary course examines the public memory of the “Black New South” through the lens of public memorials, film, music, and literature.
Students create a short historical analysis of an artifact from Manuel’s Tavern.
Students interview sellers and customers, consider alternative narratives, and analyze their own responses while exploring the Sweet Auburn Market.
Atlanta Studies Network
The Atlanta Studies Network is an interdisciplinary group of researchers, students, and instructors across area institutions including Emory University, Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Clark Atlanta University, Kennesaw State University, the Atlanta History Center, and the New Georgia Encyclopedia.