A podcast for educators interested in teaching art history, visual literacy or global humanities. Topics include: pedagogy, globalizing content, open pedagogy, ed tech, classroom management and teacher productivity.
The Art History Class: Teaching about Eid
Join host Tiffany Alvarez-Thurman for a discussion about Ramadan and Eid with guest, Anar Amin. Learn more about the meaning behind Eid al Adha and Eid al Fitr, traditions, Hajj and some Islamic history. We are now on iTunes and TuneIn! Find links on greenstripeconsulting.com. Please like, subscribe and give us a five-star review. We also would love to hear from you so please contact us with questions or suggestions for future episodes. No God But God by Reza Aslan can be found here on Amazon.
S2 E3: Teaching AP Art History in the Virtual Classroom
The Art History Class Season 2, Episode 3
S2 E2: Resource Report: The Public Domain Review
Season 2, Episode 2An introduction and review of The Public Domain Review and suggestions for using the online publication of Anecdotes of Painters, Engravers, Sculptors and Architects, and Curiosities of Art (1853) in the classroom.w/ host, Tiffany Alvarez-ThurmanRecorded July 24, 2020
S2 E1: Teaching Art Crime, Fakes and Forgeries
Season 2, Episode 1A conversation on the challenges and benefits of teaching about art crime, fakes and forgeriesw/ host, Tiffany Alvarez-ThurmanandCaterina Pierre, PhDProfessor of Art History at the City University of New York at Kingsborough Community CollegeRecorded July 15, 2020
S1 E7: Teaching Art of the Islamic World
Season 1, Episode 7A conversation about teaching Art of the Islamic World (APAH Content Area 3)w/ host, Tiffany Alvarez-ThurmanandKim MastellerPhD, Jeanne McCray Beals Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art, Nelson-Atkins Museum of ArtRecorded May 19, 2020
S1 E6: Teaching the Bayeux Tapestry
Host Tiffany Alvarez-Thurman discusses the Bayeux Tapestry with Douglas Darracott, AP Teacher, Question Leader and Consultant.