Instruction and Programs

To schedule a class or program, contact Ashley Todd Diaz, Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Academic Instruction

  • Introduction to Archives

    Offers students a basic foundation in what an archives is and what resources will be found here.

  • Primary Source Research

    Provides students with hands-on opportunities to explore historic documents, photographs, and artifacts.

  • K-12 Partnership Opportunities

    Offers custom hands-on instruction based on age group and curricular needs, specifically in areas of history of Maryland education, Jewish studies, WWII, and performing arts.

Outreach Programs

  • Unspoken Stories: Books of the People

    Offers a look into the silent journeys of Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Books in the Baltimore Hebrew Institute Collection at Towson University

  • Diversity in Focus: Establishing BSU

    Provides insight into the evolution of the Civil Rights Movement through primary sources from Towson University’s history.

  • Towson and WWII: STC on the Homefront

    Explore community and the impact of war on Towson University’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni though letters, photographs, and university publications.